孤零零[gū ling ling]
孤零零[gū ling ling]
Indeed, from the direction of the railway station no one was coming save a single gentleman.
Dantès, cast from solitude into the world, frequently experienced an imperious desire for solitude; and what solitude is more complete, or more poetical, then that of a ship floating in isolation on the sea during the obscurity of the night, in the silence of immensity, and under the eye of heaven?
3. tapestry绣帷；挂毯 nectarine油桃 gilding镀金 pluck 采，摘，拔 fir-apples：枞树的一种圆锥形果实 dace鲦鱼 dart猛冲，飞奔 impertinent不切题的一个小男孩查尔斯·兰姆我在那所很大很大的宅院里满世界地跑，从来不知什么是疲倦：那里有许许多多又大又空的房间和破破烂烂的帷帐，墙上的幔子还随风飘动，橡木雕花嵌板上的金粉却已剥落了——我常常到那座古老的大花园里去玩，那花园简直叫我一个人独占了，偶尔才碰上一个孤零零的老园丁——那园子里，油桃和桃子垂在墙头上，我根本不去碰它，因为那是禁果，除非偶然一回两回——因为，我更高兴在那些带着忧郁神情的老水松树或者枞树之间跑来跑去，从地上捡那么几颗红浆果，几只枞果，而那些枞果只能看，不能吃——有时候，我随便躺在嫩草地上，让自己完全沉浸在满园子的芳香之中——要不然，我就在桔子园里晒太阳，晒得暖洋洋的，一边想象自己跟那些桔子、好些菩提树一同成熟起来——再不然，我就到花园深处，看那些鲦鱼在鱼池里穿梭般游来游去，不定在哪里还会发现一条很大的梭子鱼冷冷落落地停在深水之间，一动不动，好象对于那些小鱼们的轻狂样儿暗中表示鄙夷，——我喜欢的是诸如此类无事忙的消遣，而对于象桃子呀，油桃呀，桔子呀等等这些普通的小孩子们的诱饵，碰也不去碰它。
A Little Boy How I never could be tired with roaming about that huge mansion, with its vast empty rooms, with their worn-out hangings, fluttering tapestry, and carved oaken panels, with the gilding almost rubbed out---sometimes in the spacious old-fashioned gardens, which I had almost to myself, unless when now and then a solitary gardening man would cross me---and how the nectarines and peaches hung upon the walls, without my ever offering to pluck them, because they were forbidden fruit, unless now and then, ---and because I had more pleasure in strolling about among the old melancholy-looking yew-trees, or the firs, and picking up the red berries, and the fir-apples, which were good for nothing but to look at ---or in lying about upon the fresh grass, with all the fine garden smells around me---or basking in the orangery, till I could almost fancy myself ripening too along with the oranges and the limes in that grateful warmth-or in watching the dace that darted to and Fro in the fish-pond, at the bottom of the garden, with here and there a great sulky pike hanging midway down the water in silent state, as if it mocked at their impertinent friskiness, ---I had more pleasure in these busy-idle diversions than in all the sweet flavors of peaches, nectarines, oranges, and such like common baits of children.
The irreparability of the past: once at a performance of Albert Hengler's circus in the Rotunda, Rutland square, Dublin, an intuitive particoloured clown in quest of paternity had penetrated from the ring to a place in the auditorium where Bloom, solitary, was seated and had publicly declared to an exhilarated audience that he was his (the clown's) papa.
But they are now bundled together lonely in a vase against the pale yellow background.
Only the few of us lived an ascetic and dull life in wilderness all alone.
When her Ayah was dead there was no one to give a thought to the little thing.
Sometimes two or three or five people were there, but very often I was just on my own.
The man was alone in the empty land, but he was not lost.
It comes when he is abandoned and challenges him reluctant and, as an apparition of hope and youth, holds him unresisting.
I was the odd man out; all my friends were in couples.