|Limerick in Almean languages
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|Author:||De Nic [ Mon Oct 30, 2006 6:55 am ]|
|Post subject:||Limerick in Almean languages|
|Author:||De Nic [ Mon Oct 30, 2006 7:33 am ]|
This is my try for it in Flaidish:
Pickápo ninx jinn 7y flaid neck
laumt tý ne sachese 7ectélt.
Frett neckor ne treck,
mornzíít ty genéck
7éctel baa7 sachpo komm feck.
In Pickapo, there was a flaid who
dreamt that he was eating [a] pen.
But when he awoke,
he noticed, that a true
shoe has been eaten, in the dark room.
I used "7ectel" for "pen" instead of "shoe". (The rhyme with -eck isn't perfect, but anyway.) "Komm feck" in the last verse is the topic ("in the dark room" or "as the room was dark").
The accents are just for stress and reading the poem in the right meter. (I had to break the usual stress on the first syllable in three places.)[/i]
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