A Crooked Poem - Translation of the Little Poem read by VM

Lavonne 2022-10-08 08:41:23

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American TV series "Frozen" Season 3 Episode 7, the villain exploded to death VM sitting on the stairs A poem I read above. I really like it, this poem is so beautiful. Because Jue's subtitle translation is inaccurate, there is no rhythm and rhythm, so I re-translate it as follows.

"A Crooked Poem" When i was a kid,

whenever i had a nightmare, my mother would sit at the foot of the bed and read to me Little Poem: And say a little rhyme. There was a crooked man and he walked a crooked mile by a crooked wall, "and he found a crooked sixpence to a crooked coin,

"besides a crooked stile,

he bought a crooked cat, and the cat caught a crooked mouse,
" and he bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse, and

they lived together in a crooked stile.
"and they all lived together in a little crooked house."


The English of this poem rhymes, mile to stile, mouse to house.

Word pronunciation:

English [wenˈevə(r)] American [hwɛnˈɛvɚ]
adv. what time; whenever
conj. whenever; whenever; anytime; whenever

English [ˈnaɪtmeə(r)] American [ˈnaɪtmer]
n. Nightmares; terrifying things, fears that cannot be shaken off; flooding; nervous
adj. terrifying, nightmarish

英 [raɪm] 美 [raɪm]
n. rhyme; rhyme; rhyme
v. rhyme; make rhyme

英 [ˈkrʊkɪd] 美 [ˈkrʊkɪd]
adj. crooked; improper; crooked; obtained by improper means
v. crooked into a hook (past tense and past participle of crook)

英[maɪl] 美[maɪl]
n. mile; a long distance; a mile race

英 [faʊnd] 美 [faʊnd]
vt. to establish, to establish, to establish
v. to find; to find (the past tense of find); to arrive; Found

英[ˈsɪkspəns] 美[ˈsɪkspəns]
n. sixpence silver coin, sixpence

ying[staɪl] 美[staɪl]
n. stairs on both sides of the wall (or fence) (for people and animals)

ying[kɔ: t] 美[kɔt]
v. cause; catch up (the past tense and past participle of catch); catch; see

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Extended Reading

The Law of Vacant Places quotes

  • Nikki Swango: You're the hand and I'm the glove.

    Ray Stussy: You're the bottle and I'm the beer.

    Nikki Swango: Or the beer and the glass in my case.

  • Ray Stussy: Hey! Dickhead!

    Maurice LeFay: Huh?

    Ray Stussy: I gotta place, turns out a place that needs some robbing. A little robbing, not wholesale burglary, just a specific... Just looking for a certain item. And if you do it... well let's just say... your little problem goes up in smoke.

    Maurice LeFay: What are we talking about?

    Ray Stussy: A stamp.

    Maurice LeFay: A stamp?... Like a... postage stamp?

    Ray Stussy: Yeah.

    Maurice LeFay: Cool... Cool... So I mean, I know I'm the moron but...

    Ray Stussy: It's not that kind of stamp numb nuts... It's a vintage stamp, it's got you know... sentimental value for me... It's my stamp.

    Maurice LeFay: Your stamp.

    Ray Stussy: But it's, you know, at someone else's house temporarily.

    Maurice LeFay: Cool, cool... So why not just ask for it back?

    Ray Stussy: Well it's, you know, complicated... Just get the damn stamp.