||Lingyun Hsieh’s landscapes poetry has been viewed as a peak in Chinese literary history. Past landscapes poetry focus on the admiration of natural objects to display the psychological status, the poets’prospect has broaden to the universe since Lingyun Hsieh. Research on Lingyun Hsieh’s aesthetics, including motivation, skill, and emotion, has reached abundant achievements. The desertion aims to explore the inﬂuence of Nature Thought in Six Dynasty on the poets’composition. As the paradigm of landscapes poetry, Lingyun Hsieh’s aesthetics revealed the interaction between juncture, territory, and poets’psychological status. In Ming Dynasty, Chuanshan Wang explained the aesthetics as a journey of self-introspection,named it as “Thinking-truth” ,and believe the philosophy is Nature Thought. Speciﬁcally, the description of nature object in poetry composition,the idea of” Current quantity”is important. As for the meaning of “Xing”, it represents poets’psychological status during the encounter between nature object and poets, furthermore, it not only results reader involving in the similar psychological status, it also triggers readers’imagination. In addition, Lingyun Hsieh’s aesthetic also became the nutrition of Tang poetry which the focal point of “Xing” is grasping the imagination. With the divergent meaning of Nature Thought, the desertion includes seven chapters. The last chapter is conclusion.
In chapter of introduction, the authors explained the meaning of landscapes poetry and Nature Thought to explore the context.
From chapter two to chapter six, the authors illuminated the level of composition, spirit, and language in Lingyun Hsieh’s aesthetics followed by the context of Nature Thought including the picture built through Lingyun Hsieh’s landscapes poetry. In the chapter six, the authors proposed the aesthetics characteristics of scene description. In addition, the authors uncovered the contribution of landscapes poetry on social harmony under the Six Dynasty Nature thought.