Bao Linghui (鲍令晖) was a Chinese poet of the Southern Dynasty, the younger sister of Bao Zhao and, like her brother, wrote in the style of refined imitation of Han dynasty folksongs and ballads. Dates of her birth and death were unknown, but according to Bao Zhao's Qingjiaqi(《请假启》), she might die during the period of the Emperor Xiaowu of Liu Song. Most of her poems are about acacia feelings. Her poems can be found in New chants from a jade terrace(《玉台新咏》).
- (Chinese)Cao Daoheng. Bao Linghui, Encyclopedia of China (Chinese Literature Edition), 1st ed.
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