UNRETURNING: BEZPOWROTNIE

‘T was such a little, little boat
That toddled down the bay!
‘T was such a gallant, gallant sea
That beckoned it away!

 

‘T was such a greedy, greedy wave
That licked it from the coast;
Nor ever guessed the stately sails
My little craft was lost!

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Taka mała, mała łódka
Zatoczką dyrdała!
Takie grackie, grackie morze
Ją w gest odesłało!

 

Taka chciwa, chciwa fala
Ją z brzegu zlizała;
Dostojne ni zgadły żagle,
Że to mi zmarniała!

First print Life poem XXIII, 23
Johnson poem 107 | Franklin poem 152

 

TRANSLATOR’S NOTE

We may compare a few Latin and Greek words, for Emily Dickinson’s lexical imagery: ἀνάπλυσις, anaplusis, washing or rinsing out; ἀνήλυσις, anelusis, going up, return; λυσις, elusis, step, gait; lenunculus, a small sailing-vessel, bark, skiff (the toddling little boat). Feel welcome to the Commentary: The inspiration with Greek and Latin.

 

NOTKA TŁUMACZKI

Względem leksykalnej wyobrażeniowości Emilii Dickinson, możemy porównać parę łacińskich i greckich słówek: ἀνάπλυσις, anaplusis, wymywanie lub wypłukiwanie; ἀνήλυσις, anelusis, powracanie; λυσις, elusis, krok, sposób chodzenia; lenunculus, mała łódka, barka, skiff (dyrdająca łódeczka). Zapraszam do Komentarza: Inspiracja greką i łaciną.

 

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