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歌詞

但願那海風再起 
只為那浪花的手 
恰似你的溫柔

什麼是「浪花的手」?

我有初步研究過,似是指 海風 ,是只是為了掀起浪花的手,這海風,恰似是你的溫柔。但網上搜查,卻說浪花,恰似是你的溫柔。到底是海風還是浪花,並且加上「浪花的手」,是否有比較確切的意思?

The question in English is, what is "wave / tide bubble hand"? Or does it mean the wind, is like a hand that touches the wave to make bubbles, and the ocean wind is like your tenderness? The articles I found online seem to suggest it is the tidal bubble that is your tenderness, not the ocean wind.

If we need to understand it from the context, the lyrics is:

恰似你的溫柔
作詞:梁弘志 作曲:梁弘志

某年某月的某一天 
就像一張破碎的臉 
難以開口道再見 
就讓一切走遠
這不是件容易的事 
我們卻都沒有哭泣 
讓它淡淡的來 
讓它好好的去
到如今年復一年 
我不能停止懷念 
懷念你 懷念從前 
但願那海風再起 
只為那浪花的手 
恰似你的溫柔
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  • The beauty of a poem is ambiguity, which should not be placed on the table for anatomy. Commented Aug 14, 2023 at 3:49

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A rough translation would be:

I wish that the sea wind blows again, because it creates waves that have/are hands, which are like your tenderness.

It uses the figurative device 拟人 (personification), either waves are personified to a person who has hands, or directly to hands.

It's not "a hand that touches the wave to make bubbles", but waves that touch me like the way you did.

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My digestion/intepretation of the lyric:

但願那海風再起  只為想起你輕撫浪花的手

Wishing the wind blows (on my cheeks) again because it reminds me of (my cheeks) being touched by your tendering hand (in the past).

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但願那海風再起  只為那浪花的手  恰似你的溫柔

我希望海风再一次吹起。海风吹起的像你的手一样的浪花,让我想起以前握着你的手的时候,你的那一份温柔。

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I suppose that the sentence uses a figure of speech - 比拟.

浪花的手, means the waves are touching you softly like a tender woman's hand, which reminds "me" of "your" tenderness.

So my translation is: I hope that the sea wind will blow again, as the waves are touching me as tenderly as you did.

And I tried to rhyme:

I wish the sea wind blows again

Just because the wave(under the wind) is like your tender hand.

p.s. 为 should means "because" here.

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