砂のお城 ~ 分島花音

「砂のお城」
分島花音

そっと流れる
白い
乾いた雲が通る
灰色のわたしは
ただじっと消えて行くのを
見てた

星を集めて
つくる砂のお城に
わたしのささやかな祈り
零れて落ちる
その足元を
待ち伏せた波がさらう

a world of darkness.
a world of silence.

消えかかる祈り
風に煽られながら
それでも灯り続けて
わたしが幾度も縺れながら
冷えゆく手で
つくる砂のお城を
待ち伏せた波がさらう

あなたへ

‘Suna no Oshiro’ {‘Sand Castle’}
by Wakeshima Kanon

Gently flowing,
A white, dry cloud passes,
Ashen and motionless, I just watched it fading away,

In the sand castle
I gather the stars and build,
My whispered prayer
Is overflowing, falling,
Those footsteps are swept away by a wave that ambushed them,

a world of darkness
a world of silence

A prayer about to vanish,
while swaying in the wind,
Even so, it keeps on burning,
No matter how many times I’m entangled,
With hands that are growing cold,
The sand castle I built is ambushed by a wave that sweeps it away,

To you…

新しい単語:
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One thought on “砂のお城 ~ 分島花音”

  1. そっと流れる
    白い
    乾いた雲が通る
    灰色のわたしは
    ただじっと消えて行くのを
    見てた

    星を集めて
    つくる砂のお城に
    わたしのささやかな祈り
    零れて落ちる
    その足元を
    待ち伏せた波がさらう

    a world of darkness.
    a world of silence.

    消えかかる祈り
    風に煽られながら
    それでも灯り続けて
    わたしが幾度も縺れながら
    冷えゆく手で
    つくる砂のお城を
    待ち伏せた波がさらう

    あなたへ

    Gently flowing,
    A white, dry cloud passes.
    Ashen and motionless, I just watched it fading away.

    Gather the stars,
    In the sand castle I built,
    My whispered prayer,
    Is overflowing, falling.
    Those footsteps are ambushed by a wave that sweeps them away.

    a world of darkness.
    a world of silence.

    A prayer about to vanish,
    While swaying in the wind.
    Even so, it keeps on burning.
    No matter how many times I’m being entangled,
    With hands that are growing cold,
    The sand castle I built is ambushed by a wave that sweeps it away.

    To you…

    きれいな歌詞ですね。「砂の城」は壊れやすいものだと思いますが、これは私のあなたへの気持ちを表しているのでしょうか。

    *翻訳について*
    星を集めて つくる砂のお城に:
    「星〜つくる」は「お城」を説明しています。「In the sand castle that I gather stars and build」

    その足元を 待ち伏せた波がさらう:
    「待ち伏せた」のは「波」です。「those footsteps are swept away by the wave that ambushed them」

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