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醒来吧,我的心 AWAKE, MY HEART, TO BE LOVED

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        醒来吧,醒来吧,我的心,
        
        爱的曙光即将来临,
        
        正是日月共辉,朝霞满天,
        
        去承受爱的沐浴,快快复苏!
        
        
        她的心,正期待着回音,
        
        热望流露出她的眼睛,
        
        爱的小路就在她脚下,
        
        去承受爱的圣火,快快复苏!
        
        
        睡眼模糊,仍然犹豫不定,
        
        她已来到身旁,带着爱情,
        
        我感到羞愧,爲她感动,
        
        去承受爱的温馨,快快复苏!
        
        
        大地笼罩着一片光亮,
        
        爱的信使跑遍了田野森林,
        
        四月裏的花枝也在祝愿,
        
        去承受爱的甘霖,快快复苏!
        
        
        她忠诚的祈求,万物都在倾听,
        
        太阳啊,我要具有他的心,
        
        我倾慕,崇拜,让他与我一同,
        
        去承受爱的检测,快快复苏!
        
        
        (罗伯特·布裏奇斯)
        
        
                 
        
        
        
        Awake, my heart, to be loved, awake, awake!
        
        The darkness silvers away, the morn doth break,
        
        It leaps in the sky: unrisen lustres slake
        
        The o'ertaken moon. Awake, O heart, awake !
        
        
        She too that loveth awaketh and hopes for thee;
        
        Her eyes already have sped the shades that fle;
        
        Already they watch the path thy feet shall take:
        
        Awake, O heart, to be loved, awake, awake!
        
        
        And if thou tarry from her,-if this could be,-
        
        She cometh herself, O heart, to be loved, to thee;
        
        For thee would unashamed herself forsake:
        
        Awake to be loved, my heart, awake, awake!
        
        
        Awake, the land is scattered with light, and see,
        
        Uncanopied sleep is flying from field and tree:
        
        And blossoming boughs of April in laughter shake;
        
        Awake, O heart, to be loved, awake, awake!
        
        
        Lo, all things wake and tarry and look for thee:
        
        She looketh and saith, "O sun, now bring him to me.
        
        Come more adored, O adored, for his coming's sake,
        
        And awake my heart to be loved: awake, awake!"
        
        (Robert Bridges)