Sep 14, 2010

Bu yoyaxxi hekiwxie xiwuzua xifhae


Mawhuzxi xolmomxi xi

zulikolua miffea hâ

Bu yoyaxxi hekiwxie xiwuzua xifhae.

zulikolua mifea folua woykeyxi bube

fayuyokua faxhimoa huwaxi;

Xifhae hâ fowixexi woykeyxi bube

fayuyokua faxhimoa lí chê tié

yataxi lì kolotikua ia wuxi mekazixi;

Tuhufozoa xizufè hâ lifoxi

lezi yí shi-zi bawebahe.

fe-li-shú lì ketoa

ia wuxi keoa yeng folua bue;

kae hebhaxi yeng howobuxi

zuxabo mahexi hâ

fayuyokua wuxi xuxua.


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