last year, Jenna went over to her friends Tom and Sarah’s place. it turns out that Sarah, in addition to being stunningly beautiful and talented (she works at Gagosian Gallery), is a rather good cook. she served up an icebox cake that blew Jenna’s mind—so much so, Sarah made one for us and…
§2 Yowinkyos sindos tokingeto ad ambos maron biyatoyo widuan. Esatid nawotogyon lawon glannay eti sodese rammiyonawa esat netsata. Magus in naway swelulowge eti reraye ad glannan komarepennin.
§3 Andon in dinawimay, memner “Nawa si moy esat brigomara, wella gabagla esyas kanti moy”. Yowinkowiros toni nawan lulowge wer kebenan widuank inrate esatyo slitsyay syay komandewekhta widui slitses allas. Are adboyu sodesu, manti nawas werindedoyge ad tikhtan mallan kaletank.
§4 Derkawnu esatyo wella woadgabagla nawillas, magus wertetset ad glannan eti andon eyan dede eri anawnu esat oygetos alli. Su betsu, gala esat yuy du taratow swadu widuas eti aku tokammane ad tegyan aryi.
The Tale of the Boat
§1 A lad needed to go through a very dark forest to get to the home of his lord. The forest was too dense, the branches of the trees so intertwined that the young man could barely see the sky.
§2 This young man came to a large river that cut the forest. There was a small anchorage in the margin and in it a boat with oars was tied up. The lad put himself in the boat and rowed to the opposite bank.
§3 Upon landing there, he thought: “It has been valuable to me this boat, better take it with me”. The young man then put the boat on the back and entered the forest, which was on this side so closed as the forest in the other side. For this reason, the size of the boat forced him to advance slowly and with difficulty.
§4 Seeing that it would be better to leave the boat, the boy returned to the bank and deposited it there, so that it was waiting for another traveller. In this way, he might go through the forest easily and come with speed to the house of the lord.
1. ad – vers, DLG, 430
2. adboyon, -i: (no) – motif, cause | v. irl. ad.ben, apa