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Pink trees dominate a New England fall scene
新英格兰地区鲜艳的秋景

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约翰济慈 (John Keats) 于1819919日写下秋赋 (To Autumn)

你最喜欢的季节是哪一个?夏天、春天、冬天,还是秋天呢?你曾经试着描写一年之中你最喜欢的时刻吗?在1819年的919日,英国诗人约翰济慈感受到季节的自然变化,而写下了有名的「秋赋」。他是这样写的:

秋天是薄雾和水果成熟的季节,是红透的太阳的亲密伙伴……

这首抒情如歌的诗所描述的都是秋天的美景,以及因为即将进入冬季而生成的忧郁的心情。

春天之歌到哪儿去了呢?
唉,在哪儿呢?
别再想了,你也有你自己的音乐呀
……



What's your favorite season? Summer, spring, winter, or fall? Ever write about your favorite time of year? On September 19, 1819, English poet John Keats was inspired by the changing season and wrote an ode "To Autumn." Here's how it begins:

Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness,
Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun; . . .

The lyric poem is all about the beauty of the season and the melancholy mood that occurs as fall turns into winter.

Where are the songs of Spring? Ay, where are they?
Think not of them, thou hast thy music too, --. . .

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