Yellow River
This is another famous poem written about the Yellow Crane Pavilion, by the poe王之涣 Wang zhihuan (669-742) of the Tang Dynasty. At the time the pavilion was known the Stork Tower, hence the title of the poem.


On the stork tower
The sun along the mountain bows;
The yellow river seawards flows.
You will enjoy a grander sight;
By climbing to a greater height.

Ascenso por la torre de Guánqué

El sol blanco acercándose al borde del monte, 
el río Amarillo entra en el flujo del mar,
deseo agotarme por una vista inmensa,
asciendo una planta por dentro de la torre.