yihuai ying


You Come In My Mind


Oh deer you come in my mind down the hill
in the moonlit night
The moon, lighting thy pure.
I just know once I drawn in the sea
Rivers no longer water for me
Oh deer you come in my mind from the mist of moutain
high upon the top
where springs jump and run
The prime of the season, comparing thy spirit
The orchid flourishing,
I just know once I got high upon a moutain
No clouds anywhere else!

月 之 皎 , 难 比 君 高 洁 , 恰 似 朝 云 出 岫 , 高 山 泉 流 。
春 之 芳 华 , 难 拟 君 精 神 , 恰 似 白 玉 兰 花 繁 , 冰 清 玉 洁 。
如 今 遍 地 井 泉 , 安 知 明 月 默 然 高 悬 ?

Silently you stayed, but who knows the glories you held?
Pridely you should walk around
The models would be dull, for your coming around
Oh stand out deer down the hill
Show your girly handsome, manly gentle within your pure heart
That's you should become eternity by the words of my songs
Show your spotless appearance in front of us all
Poeple would be wondering of your fair
Come deer, from the mist of the high moutain
Once you come, none would replace you.

Submitted: Sunday, February 12, 2006
Edited: Sunday, February 12, 2006

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