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    分类:现代诗歌 时间:2017-07-22 本文已影响

    篇一:泰戈尔经典诗歌

    泰戈尔经典诗歌:生如夏花(双语对照)

    I heard the echo, from the valleys and the heart

    Open to the lonely soul of sickle harvesting

    Repeat outrightly, but also repeat the well-being of

    Eventually swaying in the desert oasis

    I believe I am

    Born as the bright summer flowers

    Do not withered undefeated fiery demon rule

    Heart rate and breathing to bear the load of the cumbersome

    Bored

    我听见回声,来自山谷和心间

    以寂寞的镰刀收割空旷的灵魂

    不断地重复决绝,又重复幸福

    终有绿洲摇曳在沙漠

    我相信自己

    生来如同璀璨的夏日之花

    不凋不败,妖治如火

    承受心跳的负荷和呼吸的累赘

    乐此不疲

    I heard the music, from the moon and carcass

    Auxiliary extreme aestheticism bait to capture misty

    Filling the intense life, but also filling the pure

    There are always memories throughout the earth

    I believe I am

    Died as the quiet beauty of autumn leaves

    Sheng is not chaos, smoke gesture

    Even wilt also retained bone proudly Qing Feng muscle

    Occult

    我听见音乐,来自月光和胴体

    辅极端的诱饵捕获飘渺的唯美

    一生充盈着激烈,又充盈着纯然

    总有回忆贯穿于世间

    我相信自己

    死时如同静美的秋日落叶

    不盛不乱,姿态如烟

    即便枯萎也保留丰肌清骨的傲然

    玄之又玄

    I hear love, I believe in love

    Love is a pool of struggling blue-green algae

    As desolate micro-burst of wind

    Bleeding through my veins

    Years stationed in the belief

    我听见爱情,我相信爱情

    爱情是一潭挣扎的蓝藻

    如同一阵凄微的风

    穿过我失血的静脉

    驻守岁月的信念

    I believe that all can hear

    Even anticipate discrete, I met the other their own

    Some can not grasp the moment

    Left to the East to go West, Gu, the dead must not return to

    See, I head home Zanhua, in full bloom along the way all the way

    Frequently missed some, but also deeply moved by wind, frost, snow or rain 我相信一切能够听见

    甚至预见离散,遇见另一个自己

    而有些瞬间无法把握

    任凭东走西顾,逝去的必然不返

    请看我头置簪花,一路走来一路盛开

    频频遗漏一些,又深陷风霜雨雪的感动

    Prajna Paramita, soon as soon as

    Shengruxiahua dead, as an autumn leaf

    Also care about what has

    般若波罗蜜,一声一声

    生如夏花,死如秋叶

    还在乎拥有什么

    篇二:48 篇适合朗读的经典散文诗歌

    48 篇适合朗读的经典散文诗歌

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    诗歌类

    1、余光中的《乡愁》;2、席慕蓉的《乡愁》;3、敖红亮的《乡愁》;4、北石的《乡愁》;5、冯至的《南方的夜》;6、刘半农教的《我如何不想她》;7、何其芳的《预言》 ;8、林徽因的《你是人间四月天》;9、徐志摩《再别康桥》;

    10、闻一多的《死水》11、《送给天堂的孩子》;12、《为了那盏温暖的灯》;

    13、周国平的《邂逅》;14、艾青的《我爱这土地》;15、郭小川《望星空》;

    16、郭沫若的《地球我的母亲》;17、周聪的《多情自古江南雨》;18、快乐的漂泊的《拥抱春天》;19、席慕蓉的《一棵开花的树》

    散文类

    敖红亮的《学会感恩》、朱自清的《荷塘月色》、《春》;鲁迅的《雪》;快乐的漂泊的《女人如花》;梅亭映雪《点燃一盏心灯》、《清淡的女人》、《岳阳楼记》、《满江红》、《海燕》、《感悟清明》、《别》、《淡淡兰香》、《一个人上路》、《悼念一棵枫树》 、《我骄傲,我是中国人》、《大漠深处的胡

    杨》、《雪乡》、《你是我心底的一首歌》、《灵魂朝拜的天堂》、《蜀道难》、《父亲是我生命的过往》、《沉静中的流年》、 《海棠花祭》、《无题》 、《 尚湖寻梦》、《等我们老的时候》、《我眷恋这土地》、《一朵微笑》、《你是我生命中最美丽的相遇》、《离开网络我们还能爱多久》和《冬之韵》 。

    《乡愁》

    作者:余光中

    小时候

    乡愁是一枚小小的邮票

    我在这头

    母亲在那头

    长大后

    乡愁是一张窄窄的船票

    我在这头

    新娘在那头

    后来啊

    乡愁是一方矮矮的坟墓

    我在外头

    母亲在里头

    而现在

    乡愁是一湾浅浅的海峡 我在这头

    大陆在那头

    《乡愁》

    作者: 席慕蓉

    故乡的歌是一支清远的笛 总在有月亮的晚上响起

    故乡的面貌却是一种模糊的怅惘 仿佛雾里的挥手别离 别离后

    乡愁是一棵没有年轮的树 永不老去

    《 乡愁 》

    作者:敖红亮

    思念家乡的泪珠

    滴落在雨天的屋檐下 碗里

    饭里

    咽进肚里

    让思乡者倾醉

    醉在梦里

    梦在乡里

    是一只芦苇笛

    鸣在乡思者的心窝里 《乡愁》

    作者:北石

    我的乡愁

    是牵着风筝的线 离乡越远

    思念越长

    我的乡愁

    是心中珍藏的酒

    离乡越久

    味道越醇厚

    我的乡愁

    是隐藏在天宇的星斗 夜深人静时

    便一颗一颗闪亮起来…… 我的乡愁

    是一遍一遍的月圆; 我的乡愁

    是一列一列的帆船; 我的乡愁

    是隔不断的海水; 我的乡愁

    是远方的岸.

    故乡是磁石

    故乡是胎盘

    我的乡愁

    是孩子对乳汁的期盼 是无以回报的忐忑

    是坚定不移的归心和眷恋!

    篇三:7首著名的英文短诗

    【双语美文】7首著名的英文短诗,唯美在意境中流淌!

    1. The Road Not Taken (未走过的路)

    by (USA) Robert Frost

    Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,

    And sorry I could not travel both

    And be one traveler, long I stood

    And looked down one as far as I could

    To where it bent in the undergrowth.

    Then to the other, as just as fair,

    And having perhaps the better claim,

    Because it was grassy and wanted wear,

    Though as for that, the passing there

    Had worn them really about the same.

    And both that morning equally lay,

    In leaves no step had trod black.

    Oh, I kept the first for another day!

    Yet knowing how way leads on to way,

    I doubted if I should ever come back.

    I shall be telling this with a sigh,

    Somew(本文来自:WWw.HNboxU.com 博 旭 范文 网:经典短篇诗歌)here ages and ages hence:

    Two roads diverged i a woo, and I ----

    I took the one less traveled by,

    And that has made all the difference.

    2.Freedom and Love (自由与爱情)

    by (Ireland) Thomas Campbell

    How delicious is the winning

    Of a kiss at loves beginning,

    When two mutual hearts are sighing

    For the knot there's no untying.

    Yet remember, 'mist your wooing,

    Love is bliss, but love has ruining;

    Other smiles may make you fickle,

    Tears for charm may tickle.

    3.The Silver Swan

    by Anonymous

    The silver swan, who living had no note,

    When death approached, unlocked her silent throat; Leaning her breast against the reedy shore,

    Thus sung her first and last, and sung no more: Farewell, all joys; O death, come close mine eyes;

    More geese than swans now live, more fools than wise.

    4.A Damsel at Vassar

    by Anonymous

    A damsel at Vassar named Breeze,

    Weighed down with B. Litt's and D.D's,

    Collapsed from the strain.

    Said her doctor, "It's plain

    You are killing yourself ---- by degrees."

    5.Love's Secret (爱情的秘密) by (UK) William Blake

    Never seek to tell thy love,

    Love that never told shall be; For the gentle wind does move Silently, invisibly.

    I told my love, I told my love, I told her all my heart,

    Trembling, cold, in ghastly fears. Ah! she did depart!

    Soon after she was gone from me,

    A traveller came by,

    Silently, invisibly:

    He took her with a sigh.

    6.A Red, Red Rose(红红的玫瑰) by (UK) Robert Burns

    O, my Luve's like a red, red rose, That's newly sprung in June. O, my Luve's like the melodie, That's sweetly play'd in tune. As fair art thou, my bonnie lass, So deep in Luve am I,

    And I will love thee still, my dear, Till a' the seas gang dry!

    Till a' the seas gang dry, my dear, And the rocks melt wi' the sun! I will love thee still, my dear, While the sands o' life shall run. And fare thee weel, my only Luve! And fare thee weel, a while! And I will come again, my Luve, Tho' it were ten thousand mile!

    7.On Death(死亡)

    by (KU) Walter Savager Landor

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