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A Tree in Bloom《一棵开花的树席慕容How do I let you meet me,At my most beautiful moment. this,I beseeched the Buddha five hundred years,I beseeched him to let us meet in earthly life.如何让你遇见我在我最美丽的时刻为这我已在佛前求了五百年求它让我们结一段尘缘Buddha let me become a tree,Growing on the roadside that you pass by every day.Under the sunlight,It carefully bloomed with flowers all over,Every bloom is my longing from a previous life.佛于是把我化作一棵树长在你必经的路旁阳光下慎重地开满了花朵朵都是我前世的盼望When you come near,Please listen carefully,Those shivering leaves,Are the passion of my waiting.当你走近请你细听那颤抖的叶是我等待的热情And when you finally passed by unawaresThose that fell off and covered the ground,Friends,Those are not flower petals,Those are my withering heart.而你终于无视地走过在你身后落了一地的朋友啊那不是花瓣是我凋零的心今天的朗读到这里就结束了,我是小桉,祝你好梦,晚安收听更多双语节目,请关注微信公众号;奇喵课堂; 8691。

特别声明下文选自《书虫之《苔丝第八章节,对话精讲为可可编辑编写备注该文适合中学生以及初级英语充电者学习赏析语段Most dairymen are usually bad-tempered at milking time, but Mr Crick was glad to get a new dairymaid at this busy time of the year.大多数挤奶工在挤奶时都脾气暴躁,但克里克先生很高兴在一年中的繁忙季节里迎来了一个新的挤奶女工 So he received Tess warmly and asked her how her family were.他热情地接待苔丝,还问了她家人的情况;When I was a boy I knew your part of the country very well,;he said.“当我还是一个孩子时,我对你们那个地方就非常熟悉”他说道,;An old woman of ninety—she dead now but she used to live near here“一位九十岁的老太太——她现在已经死了,但她过去住在这儿附近—she once told me there was an ancient noble family of a name like yours,who came from here originally.——曾经告诉过我,有一个同你的姓氏相像的古老高贵的家族,But I didnt take any notice of an old woman like that.;很早以前是这儿的人可我没理会老太太说的话”;Oh no, that just a story,;said Tess.“哦,不,那不过是一个故事罢了”苔丝说 59。

Sonnets From The Portuguese - Elizabeth Barrett Brow葡萄牙人十四行诗 - Elizabeth Barrett BrowHow do I love thee?我究竟怎样爱你?Let me count the ways.让我逐一细算I love thee to the depth and bth and height我爱你直到我灵魂所及的深度My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight广度和高度,我在视力不及之处 the ends of Being and ideal Grace.摸索着存在的极致和美的理想I love thee to the level of everyday Most quiet need, by sun and candlelight.我爱你像最朴素的日常需要一样,就像不自觉地需要阳光和蜡烛I love thee freely, as men strive Right;我自由地爱你,像人们选择正义之路;I love thee purely, as they turn from Praise.我纯洁地爱你,像人们躲避称赞颂扬I love thee with the passion put to use In my old griefs, and with my childhood faith.我爱你用的是我在昔日的悲痛里,用过的那种以及童年的忠诚I love thee with a love I seemed to lose我爱你用的爱,我本以为早巳失去With my lost saints, —I love thee with the breath, Smiles, tears, of all my life! —and, if God choose,与我失去的圣徒一同;我爱你用笑容、眼泪、呼吸和生命!只要上帝允许,I shall but love thee better after death.在死后我爱你将只会更加深情 3965。

Among the pleasant villages and farms乡间万物育着乐趣,Adjoind from each thing met conceived delight谷物、干草、黄牛、牛乳,The smell of grain, or tended grass, or kine每一处农家美景,Or dairy, each rural sight, each rural sound每一处乡间乐赋Those who are conversant in the writings of polite authors receive an additional entertainment from the country,as it revives in their memories those charming descriptions, with which such authors do frequently abound.那些熟悉这些名人佳作的人,在他们的脑海里总能浮现出名人笔下反复出现的娇媚景色,他们更能从乡间美景中获得一份意外的乐趣I was thinking of the egoing beautiful simile in Milton, and applying, it to myself,when I observed to the windward of me a black cloud, falling to the earth in long trails of rain, which made me betake myself shelter to a house saw at a little distance from the place where I was walking.正当我独自品味着弥尔顿的诗句时,忽然发现迎面飘来一团乌云,刹那间绵长的雨丝急坠而下我赶忙起身,举目四望,向不远处的一座农合跑去As I sat in the porch, I heard the voices of two or three persons, who seemed very earnest in discourse.当我坐在门廊中时,听到两三个人谈话的声音他们似乎正在十分认真地争论着什么My curiosity was raised when I heard the names of Alexander the Great and Artaxerxes;and as their talk seemed to run on ancient heroes, I concluded there could not be any secret in it; which reason thought I might very fairly listen to what they said.听他们提到亚历山大大帝和阿塔克西斯的名字,我的好奇心立即被吸引了出来因为他们争论的好像是古代英雄和伟人,我想里面应该不会有任何秘密想到这儿,我想或许可以仔细地听一下他们的谈话After several parallels between great men, which appeared to me altogether groundless and chimerical, I was surprised to hear one say, that he valued the Black Prince more than the Duke of Venoms.他们先是比较了几个伟人在我看来,这种比较根本毫无根据,纯属虚构我十分诧异地听到其中一个人说,他认为黑色王子远比旺多姆公爵好得多How Duke of Vendos should become a rival of Black Prince, I couldnt conceive.旺多姆公爵和黑色王子怎么能作比较呢?我感到非常不解 69。

Hey, there you are.嗨,你在这儿呢Hey, so this is the famous McQ youve been talking about.嘿,那么这就是你一直提起的很有名的McQ酒吧This is it. What would you like to drink? They have several beers on tap and pretty good well drinks.就是它你想要喝点什么呢?他们有好几种啤酒,盛在带龙头的酒桶里,还有相当爽口的饮料I think Ill get a couple of shots.我应该能喝两小杯威士忌On a Wednesday night? You guys do party hard in the city.星期三晚上喝烈酒?你们真是城市的派对狂啊Ive had a really rough week and I welcome any excuse to let my hair down.这周过得很累,只要能让自己放松一下,什么方式都行That said, I wont be getting stinking drunk on a school night.不过,正常上课的日子,我从来不会喝得烂醉如泥You were right. This place is nice. It even has a dance floor.这就对了这个地方很棒,连舞台都有On the weekends, there a live band or a DJ, although there also a cover charge on Fridays and Saturdays.周末这里会有乐队或DJ现场表演当然这两天酒吧会收额外的务费So you do know how to party in the burbs.感觉你很熟悉酒吧里的派对Didnt I tell you?我没告诉过你吗?But me to get a thorough impression of the burbs, Ill have to come here to check it out this weekend.不过要想对这里有个全面的印象,周末还得再来一趟What are you doing Saturday night?你星期六晚去干什么?Actually, I plan on coming here.事实上,我想来这儿Want some company?想要个伴吗? 18。

Part Fellow Travelers第四部分 同行者August th, 193931年8月日The next day in the afternoon four of us started out the hop-fields. The most interesting of the men with me was a youth named Ginger, who is still my mate when I write this. He is a strong, athletic youth of twenty six, almost illiterate and quite brainless, but daring enough anything. Except when in prison, he has probably broken the law every day the last five years. As a boy he did three years in Borstal,came out, married at eighteen on the strength of a successful burglary, and shortly afterwards enlisted in the artillery. His wife died, and a little while afterwards he had an accident to his left eye and was invalided out of the service. They offered him a pension or a lump sum, and of course he chose the lump sum and blew it all in about a week. After that he took to burglary again and has been in prison six times, but never a long sentence, as they have only caught him small jobs; he has done one or two jobs which brought him over £ 500. He has always been perfectly honest towards me, as his partner, but in a general way he will steal anything that is not tied down. I doubt his ever being a successful burglar, though, he is too stupid to be able to esee risks. It is all a great pity, he could earn a decent living he chose. He has a gift street selling, and has done a lot of jobs at selling on commission, but when he has had a good day he bolts instantly with the takings. He is a marvelous hand at picking up bargains and can always, instance, persuade the butcher to give him a pound of eatable meat two pence, yet at the same time he is an absolute fool about money, and never saves a halfpenny. He is given to singing songs of the Little Grey Home in the West type, and he speaks of his dead wife and mother in terms of the most touching sentimentality. I should think he is a fairly typical petty criminal.第二天下午我们四人开始启程,前往种植着蛇麻草的田地和我同行的人中最有趣的一个叫金格,当我写下这些文字的时候他仍然和我在一起他6岁,体格强健,朝气蓬勃,几乎一字不识,笨头笨脑,但是敢于冒险,敢做任何事除了在监狱的日子,他在过去5年中可能天天都在干着违法的勾当年少时,他在少年犯感化院待了3年,出来后凭借一次成功的盗窃在18岁时娶了妻子,后来当了炮兵他妻子死后不久,由于一次事故,他左眼受伤,不能继续留在军中,从此伤残退役军队给他提供抚恤金,有月付和一次付清两种选择,他选了后者,一周不到就挥霍耗尽此后他又重操旧业,开始行窃,到如今已经蹲过6次监狱,但每次都判刑不长,因为他们只是因为小偷小摸而逮捕他他曾经抢劫一两次,捞到了500多英镑因为我是他的同伴,他向来都对我开诚布公总的说来,任何东西他都会顺手牵羊但我怀疑他是否是一位成功的窃贼,因为他过于愚蠢,无法预知风险我觉得只要他愿意,他是可以过上体面生活的,这实属一大憾事他天生擅长做街头买卖,曾经好些次得到了销售提成呢但是一旦有点好日子,他立即逃之夭夭他还是一个能买到便宜货的顶级好手,例如,他总能说屠夫给他一磅肉,而只花两分钱但与此同时,对于钱财他却是一个十足的傻瓜,从来不会存得半分半子儿 他会倾情演唱和《西边的灰色小屋类似的感伤歌曲,当他提起死去的妻子和母亲时,也总是声泪俱下,悲痛万分我想他是一个极为典型的小罪犯Of the other two, one was a boy of twenty named Young Ginger, who seemed rather a likely lad, but he was an orphan and had had no kind of upbringing, and lived the last year chiefly on Trafalgar Square. The other was a little Liverpool Jew of eighteen, a thorough guttersnipe. I do not know when I have seen anyone who disgusted me so much as this boy. He was as greedy as a pig about food, perpetually scrounging around dustbins, and he had a face that recalled some low-down carrion-eating beast. And we could never persuade him to wash more of himself than his nose and a small circle round it, and he mentioned quite casually that he had several different kinds of louse on him. He too was an orphan, and had been ;on the toby; almost from infancy.至于其他两个同伴,一个岁,名叫小金格,他看上去像个放荡不羁的小伙, 他是个孤儿,没有多少教养,过去一年主要在特拉法加广场上度过另外一个是一个利物浦的犹太人,18岁,完全是个流浪汉在我见过的所有人中,我不知道是否还有比他更令我作呕的人了他对食物贪婪得像猪一般,总是不停地在垃圾桶边转悠他的脸让我想起某种低贱的以腐肉为生的野兽我们绝不可能劝他把自己洗漱干净,他洗脸时总是只洗自己的鼻子和鼻子周围一圈的范围他非常若无其事地跟我们讲他身上长着几种不同类别的虱子他也是一个孤儿,几乎从婴儿起就流落街头 57。