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人教版高中《英语》选修6 Unit 2 POEMS 
 
诗歌类型
诗歌原文
Nursery rhyme
A
 
Hush, little baby, don't say a word,
 
Papa's going to buy you a mockingbird.
 
If that mockingbird won't sing,
 
Papa's going to buy you a diamond ring.
 
If that diamond ring turns to brass,
 
Papa's going to buy you a looking-glass.
 
If that looking-glass gets broke,
 
Papa's going to buy you a billy-goat.
 
If that billy-goat runs away,
 
Papa's going to buy you another today.
 
List poems
B
 
 
I saw a fish-pond all on fire
 
I saw a fish-pond all on fire,
 
I saw a house bow to a squire,
 
I saw a person twelve-feet high,
 
I saw a cottage in the sky,
 
I saw a balloon made of lead,
 
I saw a coffin drop down dead,
 
I saw two sparrows run a race,
 
I saw two horses making lace,
 
I saw g girl just like a cat,
 
I saw a kitten wear a hat,
 
I saw a man who saw these too,
 
And said though strange they all were true.
 
C
 
 
Our first football match
 
We would have won ...
 
if Jack had scored that goal,
 
if we'd had just a few more minutes,
 
if we had trained harder,
 
if Ben had passed the ball to Joe,
 
if we'd had thousands of fans screaming,
 
if I hadn't taken my eye off the ball,
 
if we hadn't stayed up so late the night before,
 
if we hadn't taken it easy,
 
if we hadn't run out of energy.
 
We would have won...
 
if we'd been better!
 
Cinquain
D
 
               Brother
 
          Beautiful, athletic
 
   Teasing, shouting, laughing
 
       Friend and enemy too
 
             Mine
 
E
 
          Summer
 
        Sleepy, salty
 
Drying, drooping, dreading
 
    Week in, week out
 
         Endless
 
Haiku
F
 
      A fallen blossom
 
 Is coming back to the branch.
 
        Look, a butterfly!
 
                 (by Moritake)
 
G
 
      Snow having melted.
 
    The whole village is brimful
 
       Of happy children.
 
                 (by Issa)
 
Tang Poem
H
 
Where she awaits her husband
 
On and on the river flows.
 
Never looking back,
 
Transformed into stone.
 
Day by day upon the mountain top,
 
Wind and rain revolve.
 
Should the traveller return,
 
this stone would utter speech.
 
           (by Wang Jian)
 
 
Free verse
 
I'VE SAVED THE SUMMER
 
I've saved the summer
 
And I give it all to you
 
To hold on winter mornings
 
When the snow is new.
 
 
I've saved some sunlight
 
If you should ever need
 
A place away from darkness
 
Where your mind can feed.
 
 
And for myself I've kept your smile 
 
When you were but nineteen,
 
Till you're older you'll not know
 
What brave young smiles can mean.
 
 
I know no answers
 
To help you on your way
 
The answers lie somewhere  
 
At the bottom of the day.
 
 
But if you've a need for love
 
I'll give you all l own
 
It might help you down the road
 
Till you've found your own.
 
      (by Rod McKuen)