Alisoun (Alysoun) (превод на английски)

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Alisoun (Alysoun)

Bitweene Merch and Averil,
When spray biginneth to springe,
The litel fowl hath hire wil
On hire leod to singe.
Ich libbe in love-longinge
For semlokest of alle thinge.
Heo may me blisse bringe:
Ich am in hire baundoun.
An hendy hap ich habbe yhent,
Ichoot from hevene it is me sent:
From alle wommen my love is lent,
And light on Alisoun.
On hew hire heer is fair ynough,
Hire browe browne, hire yën blake;
With lossum cheere heo on me lough;
With middel smal and wel ymake.
But heo me wolle to hire take
For to been hire owen make,
Longe to liven ichulle forsake,
And feye fallen adown.
An hendy hap, etc.
Nightes when I wende and wake,
Forthy mine wonges waxeth wan:
Levedy, al for thine sake
Longinge is ylent me on.
In world nis noon so witer man
That al hire bountee telle can;
Hire swire is whittere than the swan,
And fairest may in town.
An hendy, etc.
Ich am for wowing al forwake,
Wery so water in wore.
Lest any reve me my make
Ich habbe y-yerned yore.
Bettere is tholien while sore
Than mournen evermore.
Geinest under gore,
Herkne to my roun:
An hendy, etc.
Публикувано от phantasmagoriaphantasmagoria в втор., 21/06/2016 - 23:03
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Alysoun (Alison)

Версии: #1#2
Between March and April
When branch starts to spring,
The little bird has her will
In her tune to sing.
I live in love longing,
For most beautiful of all things.
She may me bliss bring:
I am by her bound.
A fair fortune I've been lent.
I know from heaven it was sent;
From other women my love has went,
And lights on Alysoun.
Of hue her hair is fair enough,
Her brow brown, her eye black.
With light cheer she with me laughs,
With middle small and well made.
Unless she me will to her take,
For to be her own mate,
Will to live I will forsake,
And doomed fall down.
A fair fortune...etc.
At night I turn awake,
For this my cheeks wax wan;
Lady, all for your sake
Longing has settled me on.
In the world there's not so wise a man
That all her beauty tell can.
Her neck is whiter than the swan,
The fairest maid in town.
A fair fortune...etc.
I am for longing all awake,
Weary as water in pool,
Lest any steal from me my mate,
For whom I've yearned forever.
But better to suffer now sore
Than to mourn evermore.
Grandest under gown,
Listen to my round.
A fair fortune...etc.
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  • Terminology: lit. (literally), lat. (latin term), pr. (pronunciation). @= a/o (for Spanish translations only, @ can be switched from a feminine or masculine perspective.
Публикувано от phantasmagoriaphantasmagoria в втор., 21/06/2016 - 23:19
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