luòbīnwáng 〔táng dài〕
é, é, é, qū xiàng xiàng tiān gē.
Bái máo fú lǜ shuǐ, hóng zhǎng bō qīng bō.
Luo BinWang (Tang Dynasty)
“Goose, goose, goose!” Facing the sky, a group of geese stretched their bent necks and sang.
The white body floats on the turquoise water, and the red duck paws move the clear water waves.
This is the simplest ancient Chinese poem, and it is the first poem for elementary school poetry.