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(原创)在晴朗美好的一天-那些匆匆的光和逝去的铁蝴蝶  

2008-01-02 14:10:37|  分类: 默认分类 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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在晴朗美好的一天,我找到了她
在长久的失落之后,我找到了她
那是郁郁葱葱的新土
丰腴滋润,花团锦簇
我找到了她,太阳透过枣椰树
在绿草如茵的园圃播撒
它金色的花束
四月令人惊异地慷慨
有爱情、温暖和春天的艳阳
--------- 节选自 《我找到了她》 法德娃·图甘(1917- )  

图像 “http://blog.lib.umn.edu/raim0007/wost3307/benazir_bhutto_1.jpg” 因其本身有错无法显示。


图像 “http://img.timeinc.net/time/asia/magazine/2007/1105/benazir_bhutto_1105.jpg” 因其本身有错无法显示。


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在长久的失落后,我找到了她
那是鲜嫩常青的枝条
鸟儿飞向它筑巢
它用浓阴庇护小鸟
有一天风暴从它身边经过
雷霆在它周围轰响,撼摇
在雷的淫威下,它微微倾斜
在雷霆面前,它软软地弯下腰
咆哮的飓风平静下来
枝条又挺直,恢复以往容貌
叶片翠绿,光泽闪耀
柔韧的躯干不曾在
风的手下折碎
它一如往常
仿佛灾难未曾来到
为遇见的
每一美好事物欢笑




Bom No Bhutto Den.jpg





为繁星闪烁
为微风轻吟
为太阳
为云中甘霖

在晴朗美好的一天,我找到了她
在长久的失落、长久的寻觅之后
那是清澈、宁静的湖泊
假如人群中的狼
在它纯洁的心上吮舔
命运的风将它作践
它会暂时混浊
然后,依然晶莹纯净
仍是月亮脸庞的镜面
蔚蓝和光明的泳场
指路星辰的浴池

图像 “http://www.elpais.com/recorte/20070914elpepuint_6/LCO340/Ies/Benazir_Bhutto_regresara_pakistan_octubre.jpg” 因其本身有错无法显示。

http://politicaesocieta.blogosfere.it/images/bhutto-thumb.jpg


我找到了她,风啊,刮吧
随你怎样,去用乌云遮盖
天的容颜;岁月啊,旋转吧
就像早已注定的那般
无论含笑的艳阳天
还是阴霾密布的昏暗
我的光都不会熄灭
往事里所有的阴影
在我生命中黑沉沉伸延
裹上一个夜,又一个夜
然后远去了,葬在昨天的深渊
在我找到了自己的那天





说吧,趁你嘴唇还自由,
说吧,趁舌头至今还属于你,
说吧,趁强悍的身躯还是你的,
说吧,趁生命至今还归于你。
看吧,在铁匠铺里
烈焰喷吐,铁坯通红,
锁眼将被打开。
锁链的每—处接缝将被挣脱断。
说吧,这一点时间不算少,
在躯体和唇舌死亡之前。
说吧,至今真理尤在,
说吧,把要说的一切全说出来!
------------ 节选自 《说吧》 费兹(1911-1984)巴基斯坦乌尔都语诗人

图像 “http://www.mideasti.org/files/splash/Bhutto-copyright-Enoch-Chan-2007.jpg” 因其本身有错无法显示。

http://noumaan.sabza.org/wp-content/benazir-bilawal.jpg


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你的生存——是什么呢,讲吧!什么是它的秘密?
辗转在沙尘里面是你的成千年的历史!
而在那深深的沙尘里哟,你的火焰已经被窒熄。
醒来吧!因为“黎明”的尖塔宣告着他们召集的信息。

明天的丰收将从那种子开始。

图像 “http://www.irdiplomacy.ir/Images/Article/benazir_bhutto.jpg” 因其本身有错无法显示。

图像 “http://www.donna-anton.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2007/03/bhuttofamily.gif” 因其本身有错无法显示。

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http://www.eitb24.com/archivos/imagenes/eitb24/internacional/2007/10/18/Benazir-Bhutto-2007101810523306xm1.jpg

http://media.canada.com/idl/ntnp/20071005/ntnp_20071005_a012_agreementwiller_81430_mi0001.jpg

象曙光一样,
轻轻地走进花园
不踩坏它的露珠。
抱住那山岗和荒野,还要
用你的双手把天空的衣裳抓住

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Bhutto's true colors

Analysts are lamenting the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, calling it the death of hope for democracy in Pakistan. Benazir certainly had popular support throughout the country. Her martyred father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who was Pakistan's first elected prime minister and founder of the Pakistan People's Party, had the force and charm of a socialist demagogue. Adding glamour to the inherited chairmanship of the party and the romantic tragic legacy, Benazir won the support of unthinking masses both at home and abroad.

Despite the prevailing opinion, Benazir's death may offer new hope for democratic values: rights, the rule of law, and law enforcement.

Benazir Bhutto gave Pakistan false hope of these enlightened values two decades ago. In a shocking display of ineptitude, Pakistan's first woman prime minister failed to pass a single piece of major legislation during her first 20 months in power. According to Amnesty International, Bhutto's particular brand of democracy while in office - in the words of historian William Dalrymple, "elective feudalism" - brought some of the world's highest numbers of extrajudicial killings, torture, and custodial deaths. Transparency International characterized hers as one of the world's most corrupt governments.

Bhutto revealed her true colors during an interview when she was asked whether she would travel second class as leader of the opposition under the Nawaz Sharif government's austerity measures. In fury, the "people's representative" asked the interviewer if he knew who she was, who her grandfather was, and stated that she was a Bhutto, not an ordinary person, and that Bhuttos never traveled second class.

As much as anything, Bhutto's recent about-face on the issue of supporting an independent judiciary has been galling.

Bhutto issued repeated statements while in exile that rebuked President Pervez Musharraf for ousting the chief justice of Pakistan and undermining the judiciary's independence. Yet after Musharraf passed the National Reconciliation Ordinance in October 2007 without trouble from a purged judiciary, Musharraf won Benazir over: The ordinance allowed him to withdraw pending cases of corruption against her.

Bhutto changed her tune. She claimed that the judiciary that Musharraf had purged may not have been independent anyway. Moreover, Bhutto is said to have issued an ultimatum to her right-hand man, Senator Aitzaz Ahsan, who was also lead counsel for the deposed chief justice. She informed him that either he was with the chief justice or with the Pakistan People's Party. The Cambridge-educated politician-cum-human-rights lawyer remains under house arrest and a supporter for judicial independence. He also withdrew his application to contest the elections.

Unfortunately, Bhutto's unashamed hypocrisy has constantly been overlooked by Pakistan's hopeless masses and also by her Western allies, a constituency that she gave utmost importance. In the West's desperation to find a formidable answer to Pakistan's mullahs and increasingly dictatorial generalissimo (Musharraf), it overlooked Bhutto's ugly track record.

Bhutto was a moderate Muslim with pedigree, Western degrees, and irresistible promises. She had seductive charm. Nobody but she (foolishly) promised the United States access to Pakistan's tribal areas. Nor had anyone else avowed to give up the national hero A. Q. Khan, the scientist who developed Pakistan's nuclear capability and then shared the technology with North Korea.

Now that Bhutto's blinding glamour has been extinguished, the approaching sham elections may be seen for what they are. People may now hear the opposition parties' indignant allegations that the election commissioner and caretaker government are anything but impartial, and that the state machinery is being used to campaign for pre-selected candidates. Attention may now return to Musharraf's megalomaniacal attack on the country's most important institutions, without which it cannot hope to have fair and free elections: Pakistan's judiciary and media.

Hope for the restoration of democratic values may become stronger in Pakistan now that Benazir Bhutto is gone. Her hypocritical endorsement of affected elections yanked the rug from under the feet of those who pushed for a semblance of democracy. The true champions of democratic values are the likes of Aitzaz Ahsan: lawyers, independent judges, journalists, and nonfeudal politicians who are boycotting the elections. They fight for an independent judiciary, fair elections, a free media, and just punishment for terrorists. They live. Hope lives.

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