Theiling Online    Sitemap    Conlang Mailing List HQ   

Re: Interbeing

From:Kala Tunu <kalatunu@...>
Date:Saturday, February 16, 2002, 22:48
David Peterson wrote:
"The true poet will see the cloud in this paper. For without a cloud there can be no rain, and without rain, trees can't grow, and if trees can't grow, there would be no paper. In this way, the paper and the cloud interare. The word 'interbe' isn't a word you'll find in the dictionary, but I think it should be, for just this purpose." <<< In Tunu: Tuko luti yaconi ayabila kitenya buma ucana kama beba. Kame okono yubilu yaikela buma aikela tulu, wayucano yaikela tulu aitumotumo akela nilo baimakumya wayucano itumotumo akela nilo baimakumya aibeba akela toli sumi baitime. Ukame kita aibeba waibuma atimenyo lelu. Matu yalai'baitimenyo lelu' yakame akela laimatu ikamu abeno baisace okuni kaci matu awaikami asoma ikame matu anuna ukuni kaci matu okame maso yakune. Crafsman poetry who-true see-into cloud in-inside it paper. The.aforementionned be.from-cause that-in-supposition cloud rain, and-in-case rain not able grow-up and-in-case that-tree-tree not able grow up not already still exist. In-the.aforementionned way and-cloud exist-from each.other. Word that-is'exist-from reciprocate' that-aforementionned not be-word that-you can find from-book compile word but-I consider that-the.aforementionned word must compile word from-aforementionned reason that-certain. Note: Tunu i-, u-, e-, o- are prefixed to words like their Hebrew equivalents she-, be-, le- and me- are. Mathias


Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>
Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>