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Actaeon by George Szirtes雅克托安--乔治.希尔泰什

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发表于 2013-7-23 11:09:58 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
Actaeon
雅克托安

哦,我的美国,我的纽芬兰
约翰.多恩。”挽歌 20“

哦,我的美国,千载难逢地被发现,
后面,似乎,一根晾衣绳
我想都没想就推到一边--
想要思想和解释
其目标吗?在一瞥中消耗了一切?

你,和你的几个肉体
自身沉没在伤害的姿态里,
而跟着我的狗
向陌生的红衬衫吼叫
在角状的月亮下,你,饮着夜露

告诉眼睛偷看或者借了什么。
我们不能没有抗议地
放逐?我自己的肉体
背叛了我,当我意识到它
变得截然不同时。无论夜色

露出怎样狰狞的牙齿。肉体就这样燃烧
似乎撕裂了轻薄的大量的画皮
哭喊。她穿着褴褛的衣服
似乎它曾经 在里面找到了舒服的东西,
这种舒服即使狗

根据气味能知道。肉体就这样消失了,越来越少
人类,像欲望本身,虽然痛苦
仍然记录在糟糕的平衡中
心灵似乎不情愿保留,
哦,我的美国,我的裸体!
O, my America, my Newfoundland
John Donne, "Elegy 20"

O, my America, discovered by slim chance,
behind, as it seemed, a washing line
I shoved aside without thinking –
does desire have thoughts or define
its object, consuming all in a glance?

You, with your several flesh sinking
upon itself in attitudes of hurt,
while the dogs at my heels
growl at the strange red shirt
under a horned moon, you, drinking

night water – tell me what the eye steals
or borrows. What can't we let go
without protest? My own body turns
against me as I sense it grow
contrary. Whatever night reveals
is dangerously toothed. And so the body burns
as if torn by sheer profusion of skin
and cry. It wears its ragged dress
like something it once found comfort in,
the kind of comfort even a dog learns

by scent. So flesh falls away, ever less
human, like desire itself, though pain
still registers in the terrible balance
the mind seems so reluctant to retain,
o, my America, my nakedness!


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