lundi 27 février 2006

Sunny morning...

Ce matin, une impression étrange, encore un peu endormie ... de la lumière qui doucement éclaire la chambre à travers les rideaux orangés.
Une petite voix qui murmure, "un matin ensoleillé. J'avais oublié que cela pouvait exister".
S'étirer, lentement, dans le lit. Et pour une fois depuis longtemps, se réveiller doucement, emmitouflée dans les draps, dans le silence du petit matin, protégée du froid hivernal. Emerveillée par cette luminosité qui avait deserté la chambre depuis de nombreux jours.
Instant suspendu, un sourire, le temps qui s'étend.


I'm sorry, but I am so busy with a never ending essay. I am too tired to write in English:)
So here is the translation given by Google... ;)

"This morning, a strange impression, still asleep... The sun which gently lights the room through the orange curtains. A small voice which murmurs, "a sunny morning. I had forgotten that it could exist ". To stretch, slowly, in the bed. And for once for a long time, to awake gently, muffled up underneath the blankets, in the silence of the early morning, protected from the winter cold. Filled with wonder by the luminosity which had deserted the room for many days. Suspended moment, a smile, time which extends."

-picture taken in Liverpool, by Edge Lane, the evening before Chinese New year.

4 commentaires:

L a dit…

"Défaut de la reproduction sonore! Cela traduit en poésie vraiment gentille. Bonne chance avec votre essai, je vraiment devrais travailler au lieu de regarder des blogs toute la journée. Puits d'Oh"

i have no idea how well that translates into French but in English i'm saying

"Wow! That translated into a really nice poem. Good luck with your essay, i really should be working instead of looking at blogs all day. Oh well"

Dave a dit…

sourire is smile. cool.

le sourire, soit heureux.
Smile, Be Happy.

does that work?

Mimi a dit…

l : thank you :) but actually it is quite funny, cause it wasn't able to translate "Wow", and it also translated 'oh well', with "well" meaning the thing where you get water from...

dave : actually, it would be : "souris, sois heureux" as "un sourire" is a smile, and "sourire" is the verb to smile, which gives "souris" when you say it to someone.
Oh gosh, I really wouldn't be able to teach languages!!! :)

Dave a dit…

Chinese: wei shao, kai xin.
Russian: Ulibasai, budi chastlivem.
French: souris, sois heureux

Smile, Be Happy.