|From:||Viktor Orenji <vmed@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 6, 2004, 6:55|
On Sat, 27 Dec 2003 08:57:46 EST, J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...> wrote:
> IRRC Viktor Medrano (?) invented Vong or Ving or something to do just
>that... in order to write Zen-influenced haiku
>in a Hawai'ian-like loglang. (more
>info on Langmaker.com)
Thanks for mentioning it, Hanuman. This Polynesian loglang experiment is
called "Viku." It's a trivocalic language. It's a tropicalistic
language, but it's script is based on Arctic Inuktitut. Essentially, it's
a logic-modern, primitivistic language.
put sut nipu kut |
usula an avali |
vipasi kut |
A long time before or from now, far away, I exist.
The island is small.
I am swimming.