Language: TLH LATELL EPO JBO
SimpleTexteditor resources into Klingon.
|Romanised Klingon text||'Crude Terran Forgery'|
|taH pagh taHbe'. DaH mu'tlheghvam vIqelnIS.||To be, or not to be: ---
that is the question: ---|
|quv'a', yabDaq San vaQ cha, pu' je SIQDI'?||Whether 'tis nobler in
the mind to suffer|
|The slings and arrows
of outrageous fortune,|
|pagh, Seng bIQ'a'Hey SuvmeH nuHmey SuqDI',||Or to take arms against
a sea of troubles,|
|'ej, Suvmo', rInmoHDI'? Hegh. Qong --- Qong
neH ---||And by opposing end them?
--- To die: --- to sleep; ---|
|'ej QongDI', tIq 'oy', wa'SanID Daw''e' je||No more; and by a sleep
to say we end|
|cho'nISbogh porghDaj rInmoHlaH net Har.||The heart-ache and the
thousand natural shocks|
|That flesh is heir to,
--- 'tis a consummation|
|yIn mevbogh mIwvam'e' wIruchqangbej.||Devoutly to be wish'd.
To die, --- to sleep; ---|
|Hegh. Qong. QongDI' chaq naj. toH, waQlaw' ghu'vam!||To sleep! perchance to
dream: --- ay, there's the rub;|
|HeghDaq maQongtaHvIS, tugh nuq wInajlaH,||For in that sleep of death
what dreams may come,|
|volchaHmajvo' jubbe'wI' bep wIwoDDI';||When we have shuffled
off this mortal coil,|
|'e' wIqelDI', maHeDnIS. Qugh DISIQnIS,||Must give us pause: there's
|SIQmoHmo' qechvam. Qugh yIn nI'moH 'oH.||That makes calamity of
so long life.|
It either endures, or it does not endure. Now, I must consider this sentence.
Is it honourable, when one endures the torpedoes and phasers of agressive fate?
Or, when one obtains weapons to fight a seeming ocean of troubles,
And when, by fighting, one finishes them? One dies. One sleeps. One merely sleeps.
And when one sleeps, its is believed that one can finish the pain of the heart
And the thousand revolts which one's body must succeed to.
We are certainly willing to initiate this way to finish life.
One dies. One sleeps. When one sleeps, perhaps one dreams. Well, this situation seems to be the obstacle!
What we can soon dream of, while sleeping in death,
Having thrown away from our shoulders the cargo of the mortal ---
When we consider that, we must retreat. We must endure disasters,
Because this idea makes us endure them. It lengthens the life of the disasters.
Created: 1995; Last revision: 2003-06-14