Poems of Yu Xuanji
Longing Regrets in Jiangling, for Zi'an
Maple leaves on a thousand, no, ten thousand boughs
As late ships sail in and out of sight beneath the bridge.
Remembering you, my heart is like this western river's waters,
Day and night, flowing east, and never a resting time.
This was probably written around the same time as Visiting Hubei (868-871.) Jiangling is a county in Hubei and may have been a city then. Both poems have 暮帆迟, "sailing late in the dusk," in the same place. So Yu Xuanji could have been working on some poetic structure or idea and have written them both on the same day.