Bā Dào Qŭ Yīng
There are Eight Paths that one can take to fetch the Flower (Ying).
Miǎo Yĕ Pían Lù
The remote rough open country is bounded by a parallel road.
Cuī Cí Liáng Bīn
Though high and lofty, the kindness at the Roof Beam (Liang)
is shown to its visitors.
Tài Jí Xuán Sù
Tai Ji (the 'Grand Ulimate') [is made up from]
the profound black and the simple white.
Yóu Nán Jiǎn Gē
Through wrong-doing and difficulty
one can restrain themselves with singing the songs.
Mǎng Sī Chí Wēi
Rustic (and surrounded by undergrowth),
the department spreads Profundity (Wei).
Biǎo Shī Lǎn Duì
Through Exterior Form (Biao) the Master looks over the Conversions (Dui).
Kāng Dá Qián Xuán
Well-being and peace can be reached when the seal is revolving.
Bì Yuán Yī Wài
The Green Jade Circle [is] rippled on its outside
Chòu Xiān Gōng Tú
Walking quickly, the Fairy reverently [things] Closes Off (Tu).
Dàn Chāng Zhāo Suí
A day prospers clearly through adaptation.
Zhèng Huá Yù Zuǎn
In the first month of the year,
the flower of jade-like beauty is compiled.
Dào Hù Bì Chí
The Path has a Door [behind which] the Secret and Divine are housed.