Signature: Six lines in running script; signed, undated, two artist's seals
The poem reads:
South and north of the river, show is
Foggy tender yellows merge on the new
The traveler who passed has been on the
The visitor from Qu left fast, as before
the swing of a dancing maiden.
Spring comes with rain on the road.
Evening sun sends a breeze over the
Like a thread of cotton, of silk,
pulling the [heartfelt] regret.
How very far is the young man's route
Inscribed: To my old colleague Yuan. Banqiao Zheng Xie.
Two seals: Zheng Xie zhiyin; Weiyi Zhang
Gu Lin (1476–1545), 11 lines in small standard script, dated 1517.
Seal: Caizhi sheng (square, relief)
Chen Shun (1483–1544), 12 lines in running-cursive script, dated 1536.
Seals: Daofu (square, intaglio); Baiyang shanren (square, intaglio)
Wang Chong (1494–1533), 7 lines in small standard script, dated 1526.
Seal: Wang Chung siyin (square, intaglio)
Wen Boren (1502–1575), 10 lines in running-standard script, dated 1529.
Seal: Yizai qingyuan (square, intaglio)
Marking: Collector's seal: John M. Crawford, Jr., 1 seal