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I think 無情 is not "unconcerned", especially with the 總 there; more like "as if there had never been anything between us" (好像我們彼此從來沒有過半分戀情) 惟覺 = 只覺,但覺 etc. It's a little bit like German doch, indicates an attitude, very hard to express in English. a little bit 無奈, perhaps? resigned sorrow; but put that in a translation and its spoiled. "Now that we're ...


惟覺 are two words 惟 is short for 惟有 - only 覺 is short for 感觉 - a feeling 《赠别》- 杜牧 多情却似总无情,唯觉樽前笑不成。 蜡烛有心还惜别,替人垂泪到天明。 My attempt to translate the poem: Passionate but seems always emotionless. Even with a goblet in front would not help bring any laughter. Candle has heart, reluctant to part. Weeping till dawn - for the separated.


惟 is auxiliary word, used at start of sentence, to make it read better, especially in a poem or idiom. My own understanding is that it emphasises the sentence a bit as well, since it normally means "only". 覺 means "feel" First two sentences mean: Feelings are too strong to express out and it appears there are no feelings One feels that one can't even ...


it means 只覺得- "I just feel unable to be happy even when presented with a drinking glass."

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