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约翰·邓恩经典爱情诗歌

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  约翰·邓恩经典爱情诗歌:宣布成圣

  For God's sake hold your tongue, and

  let me love ;

  Or chide my palsy, or my gout ;

  My five gray hairs, or ruin'd fortune flout ;

  With wealth your state, your mind with

  arts improve ;

  Take you a course, get you a place,

  Observe his Honor, or his Grace ;

  Or the king's real, or his stamp'd face

  Contemplate ; what you will, approve,

  So you will let me love.

  看上帝面上请住嘴,让我爱;

  你可以指责我中风兼痛风

  可以笑我鬓斑白、家道穷,

  且祝你胸有文采、高升发财,

  你可以选定路线去谋官,

  看重御赐的荣耀和恩典,

  仰慕御容或他金铸的脸.

  对你的路固然要刮目看待,

  但是你要让我爱。

  Alas ! alas ! who's injured by my love?

  What merchant's ships have my sighs

  drown'd?

  Who says my tears have overflow'd his

  ground?

  When did my colds a forward spring

  remove?

  When did the heats which my veins fill

  Add one more to the plaguy bill?

  Soldiers find wars, and lawyers find out

  still

  Litigious men, which quarrels move,

  Though she and I do love.

  唉,唉,我的爱会把谁妨碍?

  我们叹息翻沉过谁家商船?

  谁家田地曾被我的泪水淹?

  我发冷,何曾推迟春天到来?

  我发烧,烧得我血脉如焚,

  何曾使瘟疫死亡单增加一人?

  士兵们寻求战争,而律师们

  把爱争吵的诉讼者招徕,

  无关乎她与我相爱。

  Call's what you will, we are made such by love ;

  Call her one, me another fly,

  We're tapers too, and at our own cost die,

  And we in us find th' eagle and the dove.

  The phoenix riddle hath more wit

  By us ; we two being one, are it ;

  So, to one neutral thing both sexes fit.

  We die and rise the same, and prove

  Mysterious by this love.

  随你怎么说,我们禀性于爱;

  你可以把她和我唤作蜉蝣,

  我们也是灯芯,不惜以死相酬,

  鹰和鸽深藏在我俩心怀;

  我们使凤凰之谜更增奇妙,

  我俩合一,就是它的写照,

  两性结合,构成这中性的鸟。

  我们死而复生,又照旧起来,

  神秘之力全来自爱。

  We can die by it, if not live by love,

  And if unfit for tomb or hearse

  Our legend be, it will be fit for verse ;

  And if no piece of chronicle we prove,

  We'll build in sonnets pretty rooms ;

  As well a well-wrought urn becomes

  The greatest ashes, as half-acre tombs,

  And by these hymns, all shall approve

  Us canonized for love ;

  我们若非靠爱生,总能死于爱,

  如果配不上灵车和厚葬,

  我们的传奇至少配得上诗章;

  如果我们不配在史册上记载,

  就在十四行诗中建筑寓所,

  如此精制的骨灰瓮独具高格,

  不会比占半英亩的墓葬逊色。

  这些颂歌将向普天之下告白:

  我们成圣是由于爱。

  And thus invoke us, "You, whom reverend love

  Made one another's hermitage ;

  You, to whom love was peace, that now is rage ;

  Who did the whole world's soul contract, and drove

  Into the glasses of your eyes ;

  So made such mirrors, and such spies,

  That they did all to you epitomize

  Countries, towns, courts beg from above

  A pattern of your love."

  人们将这样祈求我们:神圣的爱

  使你们互为庇护的隐居地,

  狂暴的爱,却赋予你们以安谧;

  你们把世界的灵魂提炼出来

  注入于你们眼睛的明晶,

  制成这样的镜子和望远镜,

  把一切集中反映于你们之中,

  万国、城镇、宫廷:向天膜拜,

  祈求你们典范的爱!

  约翰·邓恩经典爱情诗歌:爱的炼金术

  Some that have deeper digg'd love's mine than I,

  Say, where his centric happiness doth lie.

  I have loved, and got, and told,

  But should I love, get, tell, till I were old,

  I should not find that hidden mystery.

  有人比我更深地发掘了爱之矿,

  说他幸福的核心在其中藏;

  我爱过,得到过,也说过,

  但即便我爱到老,得到老,说到老,

  我也找不到那隐藏的神妙;

  O ! 'tis imposture all ;

  And as no chemic yet th' elixir got,

  But glorifies his pregnant pot,

  If by the way to him befall

  Some odoriferous thing, or medicinal,

  So, lovers dream a rich and long delight,

  But get a winter-seeming summer's night.

  啊,这全是人们卖的假药;

  还没有一个化学家能炼出仙丹,

  却在大肆吹嘘他的药罐,

  其实他只不过偶然碰巧

  泡制出了某种气味刺鼻的药;

  情人们也是如此,梦想极乐世界,

  得到的却只是一个凛洌的夏夜。

  Our ease, our thrift, our honour, and our day,

  Shall we for this vain bubble's shadow pay?

  Ends love in this, that my man

  Can be as happy as I can, if he can

  Endure the short scorn of a bridegroom's play?

  That loving wretch that swears,

  'Tis not the bodies marry, but the minds,

  Which he in her angelic finds,

  难道我们要为这种空虚的泡影

  付出我们的事业名望、舒适宁静?

  这岂非爱的终结,如果我的仆人

  与我同等幸福,只要他能

  忍受新郎之戏的短促嘲弄?

  那个恋爱中的可怜虫

  赌咒说他的那位仙女心灵高洁,

  硬说不是肉体而是心灵结合,

  Would swear as justly, that he hears,

  In that day's rude hoarse minstrelsy, the spheres.

  Hope not for mind in women ; at their best,

  Sweetness and wit they are, but mummy, possess'd.

  这岂不等于赌咒说:

  他在粗鄙嘶哑的歌里听到了仙乐。

  别在女人身上找心灵,纵有柔情蜜意,

  纵有智力,她们也早是魔幻的木乃伊。

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