then a nephew of Li Jue, Li Xian, suddenly surrounded the Palace,

2018年11月2日

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then a nephew of Li Jue, Li Xian, suddenly surrounded the Palace,

put the Emperor and Empress in two carriages,

and assigned Jia Xu and Zuo Ling to carry them off. The Palace attendants were made to follow on foot.

As they went out of the rear gate, they met Guo Si’s army who began to shoot at the cavalcade with arrows.

They killed many attendants before Li Jue’s army came up and forced them to retire.

  the carriages were got out of the Palace and eventually reached Li Jue’s camp, while Guo Si’s soldiers plundered the Palace and carried off all the women left there to their camp. Then the Palace was set on fire.

  As soon as Guo Si heard of the whereabouts of the Emperor, he came over to attack the camp of Li Jue. The Emperor between these two opposing factions was GREatly alarmed. Indeed:

  [hip, hip, hip] Slowly the Hans had declined but renewed their vigor with Liu Xiu, Twelve were the rulers before him, followed him also twelve others. Foolish were two of the latest, dangers surrounded the altars,

These were degenerate days, with authority given to eunuchs. Then did He Jin the simple, the inept, who commanded the army, Warriors call to the capital, wishing to drive out the vermin;Though they drove out the leopards,

tigers and wolves quickly entered. All kinds of evil were wrought by a low class creature from Xizhou. Wang Yun, honest of heart, beguiled this wretch with a woman, Much desired of his henchman, thus sowing seeds of dissension.

Strife resulted, and peace no longer dwelt in the empire. No one suspected that Li Jue and Guo Si would continue the evil, Much to the sorrow of the Middle Kingdom;

yet they stove for a trifle. Famine stalked in the Palace, grief for the clashing of weapons;Why did the warriors strive? Why was the land thus partitioned?

they had turned aside from the way appointed of Heaven. Kings must ponder these things;

heavy the burden lies on them, Chiefest in all the realm theirs is no common appointment,

Should the King falter or fail, calamities fall on the multitude people,

The empire is drenched with their blood, grisly ruin surrounds them. Steeped in sorrow and sad, read you the ancient records;Long is the tale of years;

the tale of sorrow is longer.

Wherefore one who would rule,

chiefly must exercise forethought.

This and a keen-edged blade,

these must suffice to maintain one.

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