Friday, May 21, 2010

残缺也是美



記得家鄉門口的那個女孩,
一對膀子長短都不一樣,
走起路來總是一瘸一拐,
說起話來結巴沒人愛。
I remember the gal from my hometown.
With a pair of uneven legs,
She limps as she walks.
Nobody likes how she slurs in her speech.

街坊的小孩總是嘲諷陷害,
女孩無話只能靜靜無奈;
Kids in the neighbourhood ridicule/taunt her.
She remains silent.

外婆告訴我不可以笑她,
因為殘缺也是一種美!
我看清晨女孩挽著衣籃搖擺,
Grandma disallows me from laughing at her,
Because her disability is a kind of beauty.
I watch as she struts and sways while carrying her basket in the wee hours of the dawn.

從家門口漸漸走來,
那忍辱負重的步伐輕輕邁開,
堅毅善良的面龐多麼淨白。
我終於明白。
From her doorstep she walks closer.
Her every step speaks of endurance towards humiliation.
Her unswerving determination and kind face was ever so pure.
I finally understood.


月亮不一定要圓滿,殘缺也是一種美麗;
人生不一定要擁有,享有也是一種福氣。
逆來順受,化腐朽為神奇,
殘缺生命,也能彩繪成美麗的詩偈。
The moon need not always be round, disability can also be a beauty.
We do not need to possess everything in life, to enjoy it is also a blessing.
To bear in adversity and turning it into a miracle,
A disabled life can also paint its most beautiful legacy.

1 comments:

Andy Lau アンディー said...

The sound tract has a bit problem.. Can't hear it clearly...

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