前回の填詞「偶成(倣水龍吟)(其一・其二)」(推敲作)の英訳です


Subject: 前日の填詞「偶成(倣水龍吟)(其一・其二)」(推敲作)の英訳です

Title: “The poetry that made to come up with unexpectedly (Based on one of the music of Tiáncí (塡詞), ‘The Water-Dragon Poetry (水龍吟)’)” (Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 are the polished poetry.)

(Chapter 1)

All the people have their each natural substances and talents.
And the people have same thought,
but have each different innate substances.

The situation like this is fun.
The situation like this is awkward.
Why on earth do we fight each other?

A man who murdered the many people
who were the handicapped persons said,
“They make the other people unhappy.
The other people are inconvenienced just because of them.”

Thus he carried out to murder them,
and it occurred the large number of their fatalities.
So I was surprised by his murder,
and I shed tears from my eyes.

  ●

Although the murder was only cruel,
some people continued to say their approval opinions.

The minds of the Japanese people were confused.
They revealed their hearts to everybody,
and they expressed their real minds.

Some of them considered the murder as natural,
and they promoted prejudice against handicapped persons.
And then, they made their feelings of anger free.

So the people who suffered from their disabilities
were afraid of the opinions of some people
and took refuge in their homes.


(Chapter 2)

The things made the minds of the Japanese people to be shaken.
They think that if once they have the disabilities,
for the opinions of some people,
they may cry over their lives of hardships.

Japan has compassionate system.
It helps the people everywhere.
It makes the country to be relieved.

But if some of people live their poor and hard daily lives,
they will not be glad of their good health,
and they will think the wicked ideas instead.

So they sometimes ridicule the invalids,
and they say that using the taxes for the invalids is in vain.
And they do not become friendly with the invalids.

  ●

Is to be any disabled blame, or fault?
The anonymous bereaved families continue to grieve.

The lives of the people who are the handicapped persons are various.
And their thoughts are diverse.
I was ashamed not to be able to see these things like a blind person.

I know every day that the members of the staff of the welfare facilities
for the handicapped persons were painful,
and they took great pains, but got little gains.

If a person had some disabled in their own bodies,
they would appreciate around them,
and at the same time,
they would lose to be active after it.

(This is my opinion as one of the handicapped persons.)


Masaya Samura (pen name: Gensai Shirakawa) in Osaka, Japan
at August 22, 2017 (for August 21)

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