小学生英语诗歌一

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小学生英语诗歌一

英语诗歌作为一种文学作品,而且是一个民族语言的精髓,为我们提供了输入语言的一种不可多得的素材。学习啦小编整理了小学生英语诗歌,欢迎阅读!

小学生英语诗歌一

The First Day

by Christina Rossetti

I wish I could remember the first day,

小学生英语诗歌一。First hour, first moment of your meeting me,

If bright or dim the season, it might be

Summer or winter for aught I can say.

So unrecorded did it slip away,

So blind was I to see and foresee,

So dull to mark the budding of my tree

That would not blossom yet for many a May.

If only I could recollect it, such

A day of days! I let it come and go

As traceless as a thaw of bygone snow;

It seemed to mean so little, meant so much;

If only now I could recall that touch,

First touch of hand in hand - Did one but know!

——克里斯蒂娜·罗塞蒂

愿我能铭记你我邂逅的

第一日,第一时,第一刻,

或是黯淡如冬,我只能如此说。

只因我疏忽大意,它悄然流逝不留痕迹,

只因我茫然无知,不曾留意亦未能预知,

小学生英语诗歌一。小学生英语诗歌一。只因我不以为然,未曾看到小树

过去了一个又一个五月,花儿都没有绽放。

那时光中的一日!我却放任它

它现在看似无足轻重,其实当时意味深长;

多希望我能重温那感觉,

第一次牵手的感觉—可我那时不懂啊!

小学生英语诗歌二

Ask me no more where Jove bestows,

When June is past, the fading rose;

For in your beauty’s orient deep,

These flowers, as in their causes, sleep.

Ask me no more whither do stray

The golden atoms of the day;

For in pure love heaven did prepare

Those powders to enrich your hair.

当六月过去,玫瑰凋残,

别再问我,爱神在哪里。

你的美丽是那么灿烂,

这些花儿,就在他的根部熟睡。

那些粉末可以装饰你的秀发。

Ask me no more whither doth haste

The nightingale, when May is past;

For in your sweet dividing throat

She winters, and keeps warm her note.

Ask me no more where those stars light,

That downwards fall in dead of night;

For in your eyes they sit, and there

Fixed become, as in their sphere.

别再问我,夜莺在哪里

在冬季,温暖着她的音符。

别再问我,明亮的繁星,

固定在那里,犹如在他们的家。

小学生英语诗歌三

如果他看她 If He Sees Her

If he sees her, love will flare briefly;

a struck match, held

in his fingers, that he will let

burn till the threshold of flesh is threatened.

It will burn, and he will stare--

the meeting of the sulphur and the air--

and the dark will be dispelled

briefly. Briefly he will forget

his anger, briefly light be

led into his darksomewhere

soul or self or heart or cleft or bare

closet. But say he burns and he will deny it;

say he loves and he will mortify it.

如果他看她,爱就会闪耀

短暂地;一场打击赛,

在他的手指间进行,他将要持续

燃烧直到肉体的门槛受到威胁——

它将燃烧,他将凝视——

琉璜与大气的会合——

短暂地。短暂地他将忘掉

他的愤怒,短暂地光线将会

灵魂或自我或内心或缝隙或空旷的

小秘室。但说他燃烧,他会否认;

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