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liǔ àn huā míng


  1. at one's darkest hour, a glimmer of hope (idiom)
  2. (lit.) the willow trees make the shade, the flowers give the light (idiom)
  3. light at the end of the tunnel

Where this idiom comes from

This idiom comes from ancient Chinese poetry and was penned by 陆游, who is widely recognized as one of the greatest poets of the Southern Song dynasty.

The idiom is found in the poem called 西:

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