"Songs of Chu" is the source of Chinese romantic poetry, with profound connotations and romantic boldness. Using verses in Chuci to get the Chinese name adds an ancient poetic flavor and upward spirit.
Since you made an oath with me before, now you have other plans and regret the original one.
I am a descendant of the ancient Emperor Gaoyang, and my deceased father was Boyong.
The way was long, and wrapped in gloom did seem,
As I urged on to seek my vanished dream.
I have seen those talented people have also been humiliated and detained.
Five-tone ensemble, I sincerely wish the gods happy and healthy.
I carry a beautiful jade in my chest and hold a treasure in my hand. No one knows me, and I don't know who will see it.