From 2004 to 2019, I came to Orange Island for the first three times. The most historical and significant one was this poem monument built as early as 1967. It still stands in place, and its appearance has not changed much, witnessing the continuous renewal of tourist attractions and facilities beside it. Now it is a pavilion with a pillow in the north and Mao Zedong's youth art sculpture in the south. As a provincial-level protected cultural relic in Hunan, it is often overlooked by tourists. The two sides of the stele are carved from the full text of "Orange Zhoutou" and "Qinyuanchun" according to Chairman Mao's handwriting. The fonts are vigorous and powerful, which are of great ornamental value.