|From:||Joe Hill <joe@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, February 17, 2002, 18:08|
----- Original Message -----
From: "Padraic Brown" <agricola@...>
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 12:39 AM
Subject: Re: Interbeing
> Am 14.02.02, David Peterson yscrifef:
> > "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 beno
> > 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."
> Goueth il bards gouer y nevulles in ce seu papeir; persque sen
> ces nevulles, cressa ne bellet unill; et enound cressa ne bellet
> spech, fachteor ne papeir ser. Hos modd, il papeir ach y
> nevoul consont. Ne tens cuech ty le moutil 'conesser' ny teu
> dixtcieoneir; iveri, credhem eo ke deus ystar ce la, per ce cest
> raison partichoeleir.
Interesting language...It looks Celtic, but it's obviously Romance...well