Archive for 英語散文

散文:[詩] 你將會成為我的摯愛

你將會成為我的摯愛You Will be My Ain True Love       You’ll walk unscathed through musket fire,   No ploughman’s blade will cut thee down,   No cutler’s horn will mark thy face,   And you will be my ain true love,   And you will be my ain true love.   And as you walk through death’s dark veil,   The cannon’s thunder can’t prevail,   And those who hunt thee down will fail,   And you will be my ain true love ...... More

散文:春天 Spring

威廉·佈萊克是十九世紀英國浪漫派詩人,主要詩作有詩集《天真之歌》、《經驗之歌》等。 早期作品簡潔明快,中後期作品趨向玄妙晦澀,充滿神秘色彩。本詩選自《天真之歌》。   春天來瞭,萬物復蘇。這表現在動物的活動上:鳥兒歡騰,公雞鳴叫,雲雀在天上翻飛,夜鶯在山谷間歌唱;也表現在孩子們的活動上:歡蹦亂跳,笑語喧嘩,跟小動物一塊兒玩耍。   這首詩的三節像三個變焦電影鏡頭:由遠而近依次是山谷樹林、村莊農舍,然後聚焦在一個與羊羔相戲的兒童身上。意象鮮明、具體、生動,趣味盎然。而詩以兒童的口吻寫出,反映瞭 ...... More

散文:貝特蘭·羅素:吾之三願

Three Passions I have Lived For吾之三願by Bertrand Russell Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable pity for the suffering of mankind. These passions, like great winds, have blown me hither and thither, in a wayward course over a deep ocean of anguish, reaching to the very verge of despair.I have sought love, first, because it brings ecstasy—ecstasy so great that I would often have sacrificed ...... More

散文:THEYVE GOTTA KEEP IT: PEOPLE WHO SAVE EVERYTHING

1. Most of us have more things than we need and use. At times they pile up in corners and closets accumulate, in the recesses of attics, basements garages. But we sort through our clutter periodical and clean it up, saving only what we really need and giving away or throwing out the excess. This isn’t case, unfortunately, with people we call “pack rats” those who collect, save or hoard insatiably, often with only the vague rationale that the items may someday be u ...... More

散文:[詩] 我的父親是我的英雄

My father was my hero, all throughout my life.   The father of eight children, he saw his share of strife1.   When I was very little, he appeared to be so large.   In my eyes he could do anything, we all knew he was in charge2.   He was a man of great strength both physically and in mind,   but in him there was a gentleness, he found ways to be outgoing3 and kind.   Many days of childhood were greeted with a kiss,   and songs to me as I awoke, those days I surely miss.    ...... More

散文:ON GETTING OFF TO SLEEP

What a bundle of contradictions is a man! Surely, humour is the saving grace of us, for without it we should die of vexation. With me, nothing illustrates the contrariness of things better than the matter of sleep. If, for example, my intention is to write an essay, and I have before me ink and pens and several sheets of virgin paper, you may depend upon it that before I have gone very far I have an overpowering desire for sleep, no matter what time of the day it is. I stare at the repro ...... More

散文:再別康橋

Saying Good-bye to Cambridge Again –by Xu Zhimo 再別康橋 徐志摩   Very quietly I take my leave   As quietly as I came here;   Quietly I wave good-bye   To the rosy clouds in the western sky.   The golden willows by the riverside   Are young brides in the setting sun;   Their reflections on the shimmering waves   Always linger in the depth of my heart.   The floating heart growing in the sludge   Sways leisurely under the water;   In the gentle wave ...... More

散文:It is my brithday

Two weeks ago was my 45th birthday, but I wasn’tfeeling too hot that morning anyway. I went to breakfast knowing my wife would be pleasant andsay “Happy Birthday” and probably have a presentfor me.   But, she didn’t even say “Good Morning,” let alone any “Happy Birthday.”   I thought, well…that’s a wife for you. I guess, the children will remember. Then, thechildren came into breakfast, but, they didn’tsay a word.    ...... More

散文:『詩歌欣賞:A Red,Red Rose』

A RED, RED ROSE By Robert Burns O my luve is like a red, red rose, That’s newly sprung in June; O my luve is like the melodie, That’s sweetly played in tune. As fair thou art, my bonie lass, So deep in luve am I; And I will luve thee still, my dear, Till a’ the seas gang dry. Till a’ the sea gang dry, my dear, And the rock melt wi’ the sun; And I will luve thee still, my dear, While the sands o’ life shall run. And fare thee weel, my only luve, And far ...... More

散文:英語贈言For Classmates

Congratulations on your graduation! Whishing you a future filled with success and joy of seeing your dreams come true. Congratulate you on your graduation and may all your hopes and plans turn to fulfillment and success. Please add my warmest congratulations to the large chorus(大合唱) of friends acclaiming(喝彩) your graduation. Here’s to the happy graduate for the job you’ve already done. And here’s to a happy future that’s a most successful one. Congratulat ...... More

散文:[情書]Ludwig von Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), one of history’s most famous and mysterious composers died at the age of 57 with one great secret. Upon his death, a love letter was found among his possessions. It was written to an unknown woman who Beethoven simply called his *ImmortalBeloved.* The world may never put a face with this mysterious woman or know the circumstances of their affair and his letters are all that is left of a love as intensely passionate as the music for which Beethoven ...... More

散文:英語贈言For New Year

I hope you have a most happy and prosperous(大吉大利) New Year. To wish you joy at this holy season. Wishing every happiness will always come to you! With many good wishes for the holidays and the coming year! Wishing you happiness during the holidays and throughout the New Year. Season’s greetings and warmest wishes for a bright and happy New Year! May everything beautiful be condensed(融合) into this card. and I sincerely with you happiness, cheerfulness. The greatest happines ...... More

散文:世界上最遙遠的距離

The furthest distance in the world   Is not between life and death   But when I stand in front of you   Yet you don’t know that   I love you   The furthest distance in the world   Is not when i stand in font of you   Yet you can’t see my love   But when undoubtedly knowing the love from both   Yet cannot   Be togehter   The furthest distance in the world   Is not being apart while being in love   But when plainly can not resist the yearning   Yet p ...... More

散文:英文經典欣賞:飛鳥集

夏天的飛鳥,飛到我的窗前唱歌,又飛去瞭。 秋天的黃葉,它們沒有什麼可唱,隻嘆息一聲,飛落在那裡。 Stray birds of summer come to my window to sing and fly away. And yellow leaves of autumn, which have no songs, flutter and fall there with a sign. 2 世界上的一隊小小的漂泊者呀,請留下你們的足印在我的文字裡。   Troupe of little vagrants of the world, leave your footprints in my words. 3 世界對著它的愛人,把它浩翰的面具揭下瞭。            它變小瞭,小如一首歌,小如一回永恒的接 ...... More

散文:英語贈言 For Birthday

With best wishes for a happy birthday. Each birthday is a milestone we touch along life’s way. May every special happiness fill this day for you and may the year bring everything you look forward to. Happy birthday, on this year special day, may gladness fill your every hour with joy to light your way. May your memories today be warm ones. May your dreams today be dear. May your joy last through the year. Have a wonderful birthday! May your life be brighter as each birthday comes a ...... More

散文:《慈母頌》Mother Machree

There’s a spot in my heart   which no colleen may own;   There’s a depth in my soul   never sounded or known;   There’s a place in my memory   my life that you fill;   No other can take it   no one ever will;   Every sorrow or care   in the dear days gone by;   Was made bright by the light   of the smile in your eye;   Like a candle that’s set   in a window at night;   Your fond love has cheered me   and guided me right;   Sure I love the dear silver   t ...... More

散文:[心靈雞湯] 從不說他做不到

We Never Told Him He Couldn’t Do It   My son Joey was born with club feet. The doctors assured us that with treatment he would be able to walk normally – but would never run very well. The first three years of his life were spent in surgery, casts and braces. By the time he was eight, you wouldn’t know he had a problem when you saw him walk .   The children in our neighborhood ran around as most children do during play, and Joey would jump right in and run and pla ...... More

散文:To The Cuckoo

O blithe New-comer! I have heard,I hear thee and rejoice,O Cuckoo! shall I call thee Bird,Or but a wandering Voice? While I am lying on the grassThy twofold shout I hear,From hill to hill it seems to pass,At once far off, and near. Though babbling only to the Vale,Of sunshine and of flowers,Thou bringest unto me a taleOf visionary hours. Thrice welcome, darling of the Spring!Even yet thou art to meNo bird, but an invisible thing,A voice, a mystery; The same whom in my school-boy days ...... More

散文:[散文]-Better Late Than Never

“It’s like anything else, dear,” said Mama. ‘No matter how good at it you are, if it stops being fun, you won’t want to do it anymore.”   像任何事情一樣,不管你在某個事情上有多少天賦,如果這個事情本身不再能給你帶來樂趣,那你就不會再想幹這個事情。   Better late than never.   亡羊補牢,猶未為晚。   Papa’s jaw dropped(往下掉) when mama told him that Sister had cheated on her final exams-not to succeed but to fail. It’s unbelievable! ...... More

散文:[英語詩歌]-working on the railroad

I’ve been working on the railroad   All the live-long day   I’ve been working on the railroad   Just to pass the time away   Can’t you hear the whistle blowing?   Raise up so early in the mom   Can’t you hear the captain shouting   ”Dinah, blow your hom!”   Dinah, won’t you blow?   Dinah, won’t you blow?   Dinah, won’t you blow your hom?   Dinah, won’t you blow?   Dinah, won’t you blow?   Dinah, w ...... More