Writing only one poem in one lifetime and leaving only “Broken Sentences” was born into an idiom which has become an absolute sentence for thousands of years.
There is an interesting phenomenon in Liang Weishan’s Chinese literary history that he wrote many poems. For example, Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty wrote more than 40,000 poems in his life. People remember that he was not a poet but an emperor. And there is a kind of poet who handed down a small number of poems, or even only one poem but quality.