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  • eeeha
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    1 0 年前


    這個故事的名稱是"HONEST WOODCUTTER"。是來自於印度的一個童話故事,我相信你也聽過這個故事。全文是 :

    One day a woodcutter was cutting wood on the bank of a river. Suddenly his axe fell into the water. The poor woodcutter did not know how to swim. So he prayed to the river God.

    The river God heard his prayer and appeared before him. "What is the matter, my good man?" he asked. "Help me," said the woodcutter. I am poor and I lost my axe. If I don't get my axe back, I will starve to death.

    "Very well", answered the God. "You shall have your axe." God dived into the river and brought up an axe made of gold.

    "Is this your axe, my good man?" he said.

    "No," said the woodcutter. "That is not my axe."

    Then God brought out a silver axe. The woodcutter again said that it was not his axe. The third time he brought up the axe which woodcutter had lost.

    The woodcutter was very happy. "This is my axe."

    God was pleased with woodcutter's honesty. He gave the gold axe and the silver axe also to him.

    Speak the truth and you will be happy.

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  • 1 0 年前

    我個人覺得最簡單的選擇方式就是選情詩, 因為一般大家對詩人和他的成長/生活背景不熟悉的話, 很難去體會詩的意涵, 畢竟絕大多數的詩並不能以字面意思來斷定其內容. 而情詩的主題就比較明顯, 就是和感情



    A Young Wife (作者: D.H.Lawrence)

    The pain of loving you

    Is almost more than I can bear.

    I walk in fear of you.

    The darkness starts up there

    You stand, and the night comes through

    Your eyes when you look at me.

    Ah never before did I see

    The shadows that live in the sun!

    Now every tall glad tree

    Turns round its back to the sun

    And looks down on the gound, to see

    The shadow it used to shun.

    At the foot of each glowing thing

    A night lies looking up.

    Oh, and I want to sing

    And dance, but I can't lift up

    My eyes from the shadows: dark

    They lie spilt round the cup.

    What is it? - Hark

    The faint fine seethe in the air!

    Like the seething sound in a shell!

    It is death still seething where

    The wild - flower shakes its bell

    And the skylark twinkles blue -

    The pain of loving you

    Is almost more than I can bear.


    作者: Heinrich Heine

    Oh, they loved dearly;

    their souls kissed,

    they kissed with thier eyes,

    they were both but

    one single kiss.


    作者: Matthew Arnold

    Is it so small a thing

    To have enjoyed the wsun,

    To have lived light in the spring,

    to have loved, to have thought, to

    have done?

    參考資料: 自己的經驗 & ”the little book of LOVE” & ”愛情詩歌選粹”
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