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雨巷 'Rain Alley' Poem

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ID: 4016 Upper Intermediate
Today we listen to an extract of a poem by the Chinese poet and essayist, 戴望舒 Dài Wàngshū (1905-1950). The title of the poem is 雨巷 which translates as Rain Alley. To learn more about the poet Dài Wàngshū, click here.
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chēng to hold up
油纸伞 yóuzhǐsǎn oil-paper umbrella
彷徨 pánghuáng to pace back and forth; to hesitate
悠长 yōucháng long
zuòzhě :Dài Wàngshū
Author: Dai Wangshu
chēng zhe yóuzhǐsǎn ,dúzì
Holding an oil-paper umbrella, alone
pánghuáng zài yōucháng ,yōucháng
Pacing in the long, long
yòu jìliáo de yǔ xiàng ,
and lonesome rainy alley,
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