Monday, May 9, 2016

jan Kosila en soweli monsuta pimeja tu wan *182*

tenpo la kulupu mama pi soweli monsuta pimeja li awen lon tomo lili lon ma suli pi kasi suli. kulupu jo e mama mije suli e mama meli pi suli insa e soweli lili. tenpo suno wan la ona ali kama lape ala sin. ona li pali e moku open ni: soweli mije li lon poki suli e ko pan en telo li seli e ona. ko en telo li pali e poki lili kon la soweli meli li pana e ona tawa poki moku tu wan. soweli lili li lon supa moku e ona. ni pini la ona li tawa noka li musi lon ma pona pi kasi suli.
lon ma poka la jan lili meli li awen lon tomo lili. meli ni li jo e linja lawa pi jelo suno. tan ni la jan li nimi 'Kosila' e ona. tenpo suno sama la jan Kosila li tawa noka ma suli pi kasi suli. jan lili li lukin e tomo lili li tawa insa. ona li lukin e supa moku e poki moku tu wan. poki ali li jo e pan seli en telo mama.
jan Kosila li moku e moku lili pi tan poki suli. taso ona li seli kin. ni pini la jan Kosila li moku e moku lili pi tan poki pi suli insa. taso ona li lete kin. tan ni la jan Kosila li moku e moku lili pi tan poki lili. ona li pona kin. tan ni la jan Kosila li moku e ona ali.
ni pini la meli li lukin e supa monsi tu wan. jan lili li anpa e monsi lon supa suli. taso ona li suli kin. jan meli lili li anpa e monsi lon supa pi suli insa. taso ona kin li suli. pini la ona li anpa e monsi lon supa lili. ona li pona kin. taso jan Kosila li anpa e monsi lon ona la jan meli li pakala e ona,
ni pini la jan Kosila li lukin e supa lape tu wan. ona li anpa lon supa suli. taso ona li sama kiwen, ona meli li anpa lon supa pi suli insa. taso ona li sama ko. pini la ona jan li anpa e sama lon supa lili. ona li pona kin. tan ni la jan Kosila li kama lape.
tenpo ni la kulupu mama pi soweli pimeja monsuta li kama sin lon tomo sama. ona ali lukin e insa pi tomo sama. soweli mije li toki e nimi 'jan li moku tan poki mi.' soweli meli li toki e sama. soweli lili li toki sama li toki e nimi 'ona li moku e pan mi ali' kin.
soweli li lukin e supa monsi li toki e nimi 'jan li anpa lon supa mi'. soweli lili li toki e nimi 'ona li pakala kin e ona'
sama la soweli tu wan li lukin e supa lape li toki e nimi 'jan li anpa lon supa mi.' soweli lili toki e nimi 'kin la ona li lon ona lon tempo ni'.
jan Kosila li pini lape li tawa wawa tomo.
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jan Gilberto Caracciolo Morelli
jan Andy Nousen
jan Matthew Richardson
jan Chris Stutz
jan Paul Earl Swift
jan Alexei Tihanov

2 comments:

John CLIFFORD said...


1 tenpo la “Once upon a time” [convention, literally “at a time”]
2 kulupu mama “family” [idiom “parental group”]
3 soweli monsuta pimeja “bears” [nonce “dark scary beasts”]
4 ma suli pi kasi suli woods, forest” [idiom “big country of
trees”] 
5 kasi suli “trees” [idiom “large plants”]. 
6 mama mije “father” [idiom “male parent”]
7 suli insa “mid-sized” [nonce “middle sized”]
8 mama meli “mother” [idiom “female parent”]
9 soweli lili “cub” [nonce “little beast”] 
10 tenpo suno “day” [idiom “sun time”]
11 kama lape ala “awaken, wake up” [idiom “became unasleep again”]
12 moka open “breakfast” [nonce “beginning meal”]
13 ko pan “oatmeal” [nonce “grain granules”]
14 pali e poki kon “boil” [nonce “made bubbles” (15)]
15 poki kon “bubbles” [nonce “packets of air”] 
16 ni pini la “then, after that” [idiom “that finished”]
17 tawa noka “walk” [idiom “go on foot”]
18 ma poka “neighborhood” [idiom “near country”]
19 telo mama “milk” [idiom “maternal liquid”]
20 seli kin “too hot” [nonce “hot indeed”, similarly throughout]
21 supa monsi “chair” [idiom “butt platform”]
22 anpa e monsi “sit” [idiom “lower her butt”]
23 supa lape “bed” [idiom “sleeping platform”] 
24 sama kiwen “too hard” [nonce “like a rock”]
25 sama ko “too soft” [nonce “like mush”]

John CLIFFORD said...

Once upon a time a family of bears lived in a little house in the big woods. The family consisted of a big father and a middling mother and a cub. One day, they all woke up. They made this breakfast: The male bear put oatmeal and water in a big pot and cooked it. When the mixture of granules and water boiled, the female bear put it into three food bowls. The cub put them on the dining table. After that, they went for a walk and had fun in the beautiful woods.
In the neighborhood, lived a girl in a small house. She had shiny blond hair. Therefore, people called her “Goldilocks”. On the same day, Goldilocks went walking to the big woods. The child saw the little house and went inside. She saw a dining table and three food bows. Each bowl contained hot cereal and milk. 
Goldilocks ate a little bit from the big bowl, but it was too hot. Then Goldilocks ate a bit from the mid-sized bowl, but it was too cold. Therefore, Goldilocks ate a bit from the little bowl. It was just right. So Goldilocks ate it all. 
After that, she saw three chairs. The child sat on the big chair, but it was too big. The girl sat on the mid-sized chair, but it was also big. Finally, she sat on the little chair. It was just right. But when Goldilocks sat on it, she broke it. 
Then Goldilocks saw three beds. The child lay on the big bed. But it was too hard. She lay on the mid-sized be, but it was too soft. Finally she lowered herself to the little bed. It was just right. So, Goldilocks went to sleep. 
At that time, the bear family came back to their house. They all looked at the inside of their house. The male bear said “Someone has eaten from my bowl” The female bear said the same. The cub said the same and also said “They ate all my cereal”. 
The bears looked at their chairs and said “Someone has sat in my chair” . The cub said “They smashed mine too.” 
Similarly, the three bears looked at their beds and said “Some has lain on my bed”. The cub said “Moreover, she is still on it”
Goldilocks woke up and ran home.