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Dickinson, Emily: (Vendégnek jóéjt mond gyerek) (As children bid the guest good-night, 133 in Hungarian)

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As children bid the guest good-night, 133 (English)

As children bid the guest good-night,
And then reluctant turn,
My flowers raise their pretty lips,
Then put their nightgowns on.

As children caper when they wake,
Merry that it is morn,
My flowers from a hundred cribs
Will peep, and prance again.



Uploaded byFűri Mária
Source of the quotationhttps://en.wikisource.org/wiki/ As_Children_bid_the_Guest_%22Good_Night%22

(Vendégnek jóéjt mond gyerek) (Hungarian)

Vendégnek jóéjt mond gyerek
S lelép kelletlenül,
Virágom éppúgy csücsörít
Pizsamát véve föl.

Kiságyából szökik gyerek,
Hogy reggel van, örül,
Virágágyból les ki virág,
Ő is vígan szökell.

  

(A vers 1859-ben keletkezett.)



Uploaded byEfraim Israel
Source of the quotationsaját fordítás

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