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诗歌作为文学的表现式之壹,在分类、节奏、韵律、构思、词序、选词等方面都自成体系,以自己独1特的展示着诗人对生活的理解。英语作文网小编整理了优秀的经典,欢迎阅读!

优秀的经典英语诗歌:Beclouded 云暗 THE sky is low, the clouds are mean,

A travelling flake1 of snow

Across a barn or through a rut

Debates if it will go.

A narrow wind complains all day

How some one treated him;

Nature, like us, is sometimes caught

Without her diadem 云暗

天低又复云暗,

飞过雪花壹片。

穿越车辙马圈,

去留择决艰难。

谁人这样待风,

令其整天抱怨。

犹如我等,

时常没戴huang冠。

优秀的经典英语诗歌:青春的骄傲 华尔德 司各特

Proud Maisie is in the wood,

Walking so early;

Sweet Robin sits on the bush,

Singing so rarely.

tell me ,thou bonny bird,

when shall I marry me?

- when six braw gentlemen

kirkward shall carry ye.

who makes the bridal bed,

birdie, say truly?

- The gray-headed sexton

That delves the grave duly.

The glowworm o er grave and stone

Shall light thee steady;

The owl from the steeple sing,

Welcome, proud lady.

骄傲的梅西漫步林间,

踩着晨曦;

伶俐的知更鸟栖息树丛,

唱得甜蜜。

告诉我,美丽的鸟儿,

我哪年哪月穿嫁装? --

等到六个殡葬

抬你上教堂。

谁为我铺新床?

好鸟儿,莫撒谎。 --

白发司事,兼挖墓穴,

误不了你的洞房。

萤火虫幽幽闪闪,

把你的坟墓照亮,送葬,

猫头鹰将在塔尖高唱:

欢迎你,骄傲的姑娘。

优秀的经典英语诗歌:文嘉 《明日歌》 Song of Tomorrow

Wen Jia

明日复明日,明日何其多。

我生待明日,万事成蹉跎。

世人若被明日累,春来秋去老将至。

朝看水东流,暮看日西坠。

百年明日能几何,请君听我明日歌。

Tomorrow comes and again comes tomorrow,

Tomorrows are like rivers that endlessly flow.

If all my things are put off till tomorrow,

My time wasted to no purpose will brew woe.

All mortals are tired for the sake of tomorrow,

The passage of time will make them old before they know.

In the morning they see water eastward running,

At dusky they see the sun in the west low hanging.

How many tomorrows are in your lifetime, do you know?

Please listen to me sing the Song of Tomorrow.

优秀的经典英语诗歌: The Grocery Amy Lowell

Hullo, Alice!

Hullo, Leon!

Say, Alice, gi me a couple

O them two for five cigars,

Will yer?

Where s your nickel?

My! Ain t you close!

Can t trust a feller, can yer.

Trust you! Why

What you owe this store

Would set you up in business.

I can t think why Father lows it.

Yer Father s a sight more neighbourly

Than you be. That s a fact.

Besides, he knows I got a vote.

A vote! Oh, yes, you got a vote!

A lot o good the Senate ll be to Father

When all his bank account

Has run away in credits.

There s your cigars,

If you can relish smokin

With all you owe us standin .

I dunno as that makes em taste any diff rent.

You ain t fair to me, Alice, deed you ain t.

I work when anythin s doin .

I ll get a carpenterin job next Summer sure.

Cleve was tellin me to-day he d take me on come Spring.

Come Spring, and this December!

I ve no patience with you, Leon,

Shilly-shallyin the way you do.

Here, lift over them crates o oranges

I wanter fix em in the winder.

It riles yer, don t it, me not havin work.

You pepper up about it somethin good.

You pick an pick, and that don t help a mite.

Say, Alice, do come in out o that winder.

Th oranges c n wait,

An I don t like talkin to yer back.

Don t you! Well, you d better make the best o what

you can git.

Maybe you won t have my back to talk to soon.

They look good in pyramids with the lectric light on em,

Don t they?

Now hand me them bananas

An I ll string em right acrost.

What do yer mean

Bout me not havin you to talk to?

Are yer springin somethin on me?

I don t know bout springin

When I m tellin you right out.

I m goin away, that s all.

Where? Why?

What yer mean -- goin away?

I ve took a place

Down to Boston, in a candy store

For the holidays.

Good Land, Alice,

What in the Heavens fer!

To earn some money,

And to git away from here, I guess.

Ain t yer Father got enough?

Don t he give yer proper pocket-money?

He d have a plenty, if you folks paid him.

He s rich I tell yer.

I never figured he d be close with you.

Oh, he ain t. Not close.

That ain t why.

But I must git away from here.

I must! I must!

You got a lot o reason in yer

To-night.

How long d you cal late

You ll be gone?

Maybe for always.

What ails yer, Alice?

Talkin wild like that.

Ain t you an me goin to be married

Some day.

Some day! Some day!

I guess the sun ll never rise on some day.

So that s the trouble.

Same old story.

Cause I ain t got the cash to settle right now.

You know I love yer,

An I ll marry yer as soon

As I c n raise the money.

You ve said that any time these five year,

But you don t do nothin .

Wot could I do?

Ther ain t no work here Winters.

Not fer a carpenter, ther ain t.

I guess you warn t born a carpenter.

Ther s ice-cuttin a plenty.

I got a dret ful tender throat;

Dr. Smiles he told me

I mustn t resk ice-cuttin .

Why haven t you gone to Boston,

And hunted up a job?

Have yer forgot the time I went expressin

In the American office, down ther?

And come back two weeks later!

No, I ain t.

You didn t want I should git hurted,

Did yer?

I m a sight too light fer all that liftin work.

My back was commencin to strain, as twas.

Ef I was like yer brother now,

I d ha be n down to the city long ago.

But I m too clumsy fer a dancer.

I ain t got Arthur s luck.

Do you call it luck to be a disgrace to your folks,

And git locked up in jail!

Oh, come now, Alice,

`Disgrace is a mite strong.

Why, the jail was a joke.

Art s all right.

All right!

All right to dance, and smirk, and lie

For a livin ,

And then in the end

Lead a silly girl to give you

What warn t hers to give

By pretendin you d marry her --

And she a pupil.

He d ha married her right enough,

Her folks was millionaires.

Yes, he d ha married her!

Thank God, they saved her that.

Art s a fine feller.

I wish I had his luck.

Swellin round in Hart, Schaffner Marx fancy suits,

And eatin in rest rants.

But somebody s got to stick to the old place,

Else Foxfield d have to shut up shop,

Hey, Alice?

You admire him!

You admire Arthur!

You d be like him only you can t dance.

Oh, Shame! Shame!

And I ve been like that silly girl.

Fooled with your promises,

And I give you all I had.

I knew it, oh, I knew it,

But I wanted to git away fore I proved it.

You ve shamed me through and through.

Why couldn t you hold your tongue,

And spared me seein you

As you really are.

What the Devil s the row?

I only said Art was lucky.

What you spitfirin at me fer?

Ferget it, Alice.

We ve had good times, ain t we?

I ll see Cleve bout that job agin to-morrer,

And we ll be married fore hayin time.

It s like you to remind me o hayin time.

I ve good cause to love it, ain t I?

Many s the night I ve hid my face in the dark

To shut out thinkin !

Why, that ain t nothin .

You ain t be n half so kind to me

As lots o fellers girls.

Gi me a kiss, Dear,

And let s make up.

Make up!

You poor fool.

Do you suppose I care a ten cent piece

For you now.

You ve killed yourself for me.

Done it out o your own mouth.

You ve took away my home,

I hate the sight o the place.

You re all over it,

Every stick an stone means you,

An I hate em all.

Alice, I say,

Don t go on like that.

I can t marry yer

Boardin in one room,

But I ll see Cleve to-morrer,

I ll make him ----

Oh, you fool!

You terrible fool!

Alice, don t go yit,

Wait a minit,

I ll see Cleve ----

You terrible fool!

Alice, don t go.

Alice ---- (Door slams)


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