Lu Tong, the famous Chinese tea hero, was from the city of Jiyuan in the Chinese province of Henan. He was a mid-Tang Dynasty poet devoted to tea and tea ceremony.
The poems of Lu Tong are unusual, risky and a little strange, people call it the Lu Tong’s Style. The translation of the “Seven Bowls of Tea” hereunder:

The first bowl moistens my lips and throat
The second bowl breaks my loneliness
The third bowl searches my barren entrails but to find
The fourth bowl raises a slight perspiration
The fifth bowl purifies my flesh and bones
The sixth bowl calls me to the immortals
The seventh bowl could not be drunk
only the breath of the cool wind raises in my sleeves. Enjoy