The person who wrote the most poems in Chinese history was the Emperor Qianlong. In 2014, when the staff of the Forbidden City cleaned up the cultural relics, they found two boxes containing the “Qianlong Poetry Draft”, which contained more than 28,000 Qianlong poems, plus more than 17,000 books previously stored, totaling 45,000. The first one.
It should be known that over 289 years of the Tang Dynasty, there were more than 2,000 poets. The poems they wrote were in a “Full Tang Poetry”, which added up to more than 48,000 songs. The poem written by Qianlong was almost close to the whole. Ministry of the Whole Tang Poetry.
However, there are so many poems written by Qianlong that can be passed down to the world. It can only be said that there is no quantity.