诗歌翻译:陆游·《夜游宫·记梦寄师伯浑》

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Palace Visited at Night

陆游《夜游宫·记梦寄师伯浑》英语翻译

夜游宫

记梦寄师伯浑

陆游

 

雪晓清笳乱起,

梦游处、

不知何地。

铁骑无声望似水。

想关河,

雁门西,

青海际。

 

睡觉寒灯里,

漏声断、

月斜窗纸。

自许封侯在万里。

有谁知,

鬓虽残,

心未死!

 

Palace Visited at Night

A Dream

Lu You

 

On snowy morning I hear flute on flute pell-mell.

Where did I dream? I know not well.

I seemed to see a flood of silent cavaliers

On the northern frontiers,

West of the Wild Geese Pass

By desert-side, alas!

 

Awake, I only find cold candlelight,

The water clock no longer goes,

At my paper window peeps the slanting moonlight.

I promised to win victory far away.

But, O, who knows?

My hope sinks dead, my hair turns grey.

 

(许渊冲、许明 译)

 

To the Tune of Yeh yu kung

Presented to Shih Pai-hun After Recalling a Dream

Lu Yu

 

A snow dawn –

As the Tartar pipe blares

Starting up here and there,

In my dream I travel to

An unknown place

Where armed cavalry

Without a sound

Move like rivulets of water.

 

I am reminded of a frontier river –

West of Goose Gate

Or perhaps the border of Ch’inghai.

 

I awake in the cold light

Of the lamp,

The water clock has stopped,

Moonlight slants through

The paper window.

 

It is my ambition

To achieve fame ten thousand miles away.

 

Understand me:

Even though my temples have faded,

My heart still yearns for glory!

 

(James P. Rice 译)

 

Ye You Gong

– Narration of a dream sent to Shi Bohun.

Lu You

 

At a snowy dawn shrill flutes resound throughout the plain

Where the iron-clad horses sweep down like torrent.

What place is it I see in dream? Isn’t it

Somewhere by Qinghai, to the west of Yanmen?

Anon from my dream I awake:

The lamp is still shedding its cold light

The water-clock has ceased its drippling ticks

And the slanting moon shines full upon the window.

Long have I promised myself the lordship

Ten thousand li away from home.

Who knows but that my heart

Still burns with youthful flame,

Though my hair is greying?

 

(黄宏荃 译)

 

Night Revels in the Palace

To Shi Bohun after Recalling a Dream

Lu You

 

Bugles blared all over at the break of a snowy day;

In my dream, I roamed –

Not knowing into where did I stray.

 

Like flowing water, noiselessly

advanced the cavalry in battle array.

 

I recalled the frontier passes and rivers

Bordering Qinghai,

West of the Yan Men Gateway.

 

To the cold light of lamp I awake:

The water clock has ceased dripping,

Through the window comes the slanting moon ray.

 

I long to become a nobleman by

imperial grant ten thousand miles away.

 

Who’d know?

My heart isn’t dead,

Though my temples have turned grey.

 

(何中坚 译)

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