Signature: At the upper right the painter has inscribed the following poem in cursive script:
Blossoms compete with the moon in luminosity;
A hundred of them merge and make me suspect that
snow has fragrance.
Worldly men vie in boasting fine colors,
Do not call for hand-scooped water to rise off the pink adornment.
[Signed] Nanzhuang Zhusou wrote".
Followed by four seals.