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朝花夕拾


約伯記13:28-14:2

NRSV:
One wastes away like a rotten thing,
like a garment that is moth-eaten.
A mortal, born of woman, few of days and full of trouble,
comes up like a flower and withers,
flees like a shadow and does not last.

馮象譯:
像一截朽木,他一碰即碎,
或是像一件蟲蛀了的衣服---
人---生於女人,該他
命途苦短,禍患沉沉!
他來世如一朵花兒,匆匆凋謝,
又彷彿飛影,從不駐足。




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REB (+NEB)
Man born of woman is short-lived and full of trouble. He blossoms like a flower and withers away; fleeting as a shadow, he does not endure; he is like a wineskin that perishes or a gament that moths have eaten.

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2 Comments:

:: Blogger seikomatic (10.09.10, 14:11   ) sagt...

身如朽木蛆縷無依。
命生苦短煩惱無邊。
凋榮如花如影無住。



:: Blogger sf (10.09.10, 23:06   ) sagt...

幾好喎.

``命生'', ``蛆縷無依'', 爭D.



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