In this category:

    FICTION & NON-FICTION - books, booklovers, lit. history, biography, essays, translations, short stories, columns, literature: celtic, beat, travesty, war, dada & de stijl, drugs, dead poets
    BOOKS
    BOOKS. The final chapter?
    - Book Stories
    FLEURSDUMAL POETRY LIBRARY - classic, modern, experimental & visual & sound poetry, poetry in translation, city poets, poetry archive, pre-raphaelites, editor's choice, etc.
    POETRY ARCHIVE
    Archive A-B
    FLEURSDUMAL POETRY LIBRARY - classic, modern, experimental & visual & sound poetry, poetry in translation, city poets, poetry archive, pre-raphaelites, editor's choice, etc.
    POETRY IN TRANSLATION: SCHONEVELD
    Blake
    FLEURSDUMAL POETRY LIBRARY - classic, modern, experimental & visual & sound poetry, poetry in translation, city poets, poetry archive, pre-raphaelites, editor's choice, etc.
    CLASSIC POETRY
    Blake, William
    FICTION & NON-FICTION - books, booklovers, lit. history, biography, essays, translations, short stories, columns, literature: celtic, beat, travesty, war, dada & de stijl, drugs, dead poets
    TRANSLATION ARCHIVE

New on FdM

  1. Robert Browning: My Last Duchess
  2. Voronezh Notebooks by Osip Mandelstam
  3. Jack Kerouac: Old Angel Midnight
  4. Alexander von Humboldt: Das Buch der Begegnungen Menschen – Kulturen – Geschichten aus den Amerikanischen Reisetagebüchern
  5. Carmen Giménez Smith: Cruel Futures
  6. Ton van Reen: Het diepste blauw (064). Een roman als feuilleton
  7. The Poems of Basil Bunting
  8. Journey to Armenia by Osip Mandelstam
  9. Bettina Röhl: „Die RAF hat euch lieb“. Die Bundesrepublik im Rausch von 68 – Eine Familie im Zentrum der Bewegung
  10. The Wife Between Us: A Novel by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Or see the index

All categories

  1. AUDIO, CINEMA, RADIO & TV (79)
  2. DANCE (45)
  3. DICTIONARY OF IDEAS (147)
  4. EXHIBITION – art, art history, photos, paintings, drawings, sculpture, ready-mades, video, performing arts, collages, gallery, etc. (1,246)
  5. FICTION & NON-FICTION – books, booklovers, lit. history, biography, essays, translations, short stories, columns, literature: celtic, beat, travesty, war, dada & de stijl, drugs, dead poets (2,295)
  6. FLEURSDUMAL POETRY LIBRARY – classic, modern, experimental & visual & sound poetry, poetry in translation, city poets, poetry archive, pre-raphaelites, editor's choice, etc. (3,484)
  7. LITERARY NEWS & EVENTS – art & literature news, in memoriam, festivals, city-poets, writers in Residence (1,195)
  8. MONTAIGNE (86)
  9. MUSEUM OF LOST CONCEPTS – invisible poetry, conceptual writing, spurensicherung (43)
  10. MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY – department of ravens & crows, birds of prey, riding a zebra (76)
  11. MUSEUM OF PUBLIC PROTEST- photos, texts, videos, street poetry, 1968 (71)
  12. MUSIC (140)
  13. PRESS & PUBLISHING (57)
  14. REPRESSION OF WRITERS, JOURNALISTS & ARTISTS (74)
  15. STORY ARCHIVE – olv van de veestraat, reading room, tales for fellow citizens (16)
  16. STREET POETRY (21)
  17. THEATRE (138)
  18. TOMBEAU DE LA JEUNESSE – early death: writers, poets & artists who died young (221)
  19. ULTIMATE LIBRARY – danse macabre, ex libris, grimm & co, fairy tales, art of reading, tales of mystery & imagination, sherlock holmes theatre, erotic poetry, ideal women (132)
  20. WAR & PEACE (44)
  21. · (2)

Or see the index



  1. Subscribe to new material: RSS

William Blake: Verzen van Onschuld en van Ervaring – vertaling van Dr. Cornelis W. Schoneveld

DE ENGEL

Ik had een Droom, die uitleg vraagt!
’k Was een Prinses en was een maagd,
Door een Engel mild bewaakt:
Dwaas verdriet werd nooit gelaakt!

En ik huilde dag en nacht,
En mijn wee werd steeds verzacht,
En ik huilde nacht en dag
En verborg mijn blijde lach.

Dus hij vluchtte op wieken heen;
Toen de dag met blos verscheen
Stelde ik mij, traan droog, te weer
Duizendvoud met schild en speer.

En mijn Engel keerde weer,
Maar mijn wapen sloeg hem neer;
Want mijn jeugdtijd was voorbij,
En grijs hoofdhaar tooide mij

William Blake
vertaald door: Dr. Cornelis W. Schoneveld

 

THE ANGEL

I Dreamt a Dream! what can it mean?
And that I was a maiden Queen:
Guarded by an Angel mild;
Witless woe, was neer beguil’d!

And I wept both night and day
And he wip’d my tears away
And I wept both day and night
And hid from him my hearts delight

So he took his wings and fled:
Then the morn blush’d rosy red:
I dried my tears & armd my fears,
With ten thousand shields and spears.

Soon my Angel came again;
I was arm’d, he came in vain:
For the time of youth was fled
And grey hairs were on my head

William Blake (1757 – 1827)
Poem: The Angel

 

Vertaling uit:
Verzen van Onschuld en van Ervaring
William Blake
vertaald door: Dr. Cornelis W. Schoneveld
paperback
gebrocheerd
€ 20,00
ISBN: 978-90-824288-1-0
geïllustreerd
116 blz.
mei 2017
Uitgeverij De Wilde Tomaat

 

new translations
fleursdumal.nl magazine

More in: - Book Stories, Archive A-B, Blake, Blake, William, TRANSLATION ARCHIVE

Previous and Next Entry

« | »

Thank you for reading FLEURSDUMAL.NL - magazine for art & literature