唐诗 – 咏鹅(Tang Poetry – Ode to Goose)

咏鹅

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Ode to Goose

Luo Bingwang

(626?-684)

Goose! Goose! Goose!

Sing to the sky with a flexed neck,

White feather floating in the spring river,

Red palms driving in the green water.

(朱曼华译)

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诗歌赏析

Poem Appreciate & Analysis

咏鹅

        《咏鹅》是初唐诗人骆宾王于七岁时写的一首五言古诗。这首诗开篇先声夺人,“鹅!鹅!鹅!”写出鹅的声响美,又通过“曲项”与“向天”、“白毛”与“绿水”、“红掌”与“清波”的对比写出鹅的线条美与色彩美,同时,“歌”、“浮”、“拨”等字又写出鹅的动态美,听觉与视觉、静态与动态、音声与色彩完美结合,将鹅的形神活现而出。

Ode to Goose

Ode to Goose” is a Five-character poem that was written by the Early-Tang poet Luo Binwang at the age of seven.

The poem begins with the beautiful voice of goose“Goose! Goose! Goose!”, and then write the beauty of body and color of the goose through the contrast of “bending neck” and “to the sky”, “white feathers” and “green water”, “red feet” and “clear wave”. At the same time, he used “sing”, “float”, “paddle” and other words to write the dynamic beauty of the goose. The poem perfectly combined the auditory and visual, static and dynamic, sounds and colors, so that showed vivid geese on the paper like a picture.

Can you remember this poem by heart now?

 

 

One thought on “唐诗 – 咏鹅(Tang Poetry – Ode to Goose)

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