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CONLANG  November 2011, Week 3

CONLANG November 2011, Week 3

Subject:

Re: Alice Chapter Six

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Puey McCleary <[log in to unmask]>

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Jhong-opaingakh ei-xhrejor p xhluxo-yjhei qls jhasqewa-ytya,
khnu-paje-xhmiyeqhe khnu-yAlixhlnye fhirm-yajkh twa-yejikh
jekhmr-ejet qir sayonexhlothelnge kexh-ing.

With respect, I did not know whether any ravens did smile, humbly chanted
Alixhlnye, who felt pleased, in fact, that she had slid into a
conversation.

#

Qlimm ta qhimqraqai t-xhli-xing, paj-pfheu Turkhka-xing Thloi,
xhnoe fhax-yangil a-qhokkhti-xing pwe tei-xing.  Paje-tfhli  jxe
qyikhes-lkha urefha qreq-yejet fho kei-xhni-xing.  Xhnoet
khnng-xhnan xhmoe xhmifhifhi-yapnya xhamepa-yetyikh-antil qoe khmthu
pejor xhthrla k teiqha-khlla-ypwar xhmoe jhasqwa-xing qakhqakhpweqel.

You are lost, oh ballerina doll, sang the Cobalt Duchess, and thats a
simple fact, oh small seedling.  Tis chanted that a raven smiles in
general because it can laugh.  But sometimes a laughter-loving ravens
laughter is a thing that may inspire strong, tomemic heroes to grow pale in
horror.

#
Qt ur qoe Alixhlnye khwti ser ing khmarniyo-yulkha-yengut-ing-aqhor
paje-khmefhxhna kexh-ing xhyoatim-lwos ei jxe euxujq-yejikh thkhmi
pfhu xing xhmir khufhekaxuxrfhre kexh-ing.  Lwepa khuin-lkha
khmafhitur-thya xhmanumt-atser tsena xhnir fhnti fhimetsu-ypwarn
sofhwes-tya supta-ytya khymet si Trkhaka Xhrutim-pyer fhir-ngpor
kekexhe-yan-ing kus xoxkant pompmpe khrt wtsaojhe-yaxng-tya
kekexhe-xhrejor-ing Trkhaka Khotsram-utakh xhmir sti-xing.

The gravity of this remark happened to trouble Alixhlnye, and she thought
it hypothetically would be best that she introduce some subject or other
for the conversation.  While she was trying to snatch one, as if trying on
clothing, the Aurantiaceous Duchess began to take the cauldron of soup from
the fire, and immediately set out to work, as she tossed and jerked
violently into the air all things in reach of her, towards the Aqua Duchess
and the baby.

#

Xhntu qhyetsa sir nge tsongtu-yntet lrpo.  Ei xhlir fhti tanxho-ytya
xhnoe jtithu xhnoe plta xhnoe mpal xhnoe pfhwi kus jxe-yotal
suka-ylkha.  Khnen-opaingana lyowngqamat xhroe xhkhra xhroa
Turkhaka-ynwo Prlim xhmixhni-yatsr-ajkh kekexhe-xhrejor-ing kei-yaiqhor
xhekhfha fhwuyo-yoqent pejor tlhkhar km pfhkhukhu ser qthowo-yxhyeu
ei jhong-opainate  wthaoyi-yjhei ku-xhrejor-eng xhlir xhmefhxhri fheil
tnaru-yaxng ku-xhrejor-eng qww-yepakh.

The fire tongs and the coal pokers came flying first.  Twere a squall of
saucepans and pie tins and dishes and basins and bowls that followed next,
in general.  The Crulean Duchess did not, by accident, notice the dishes,
as they hit her, in fact, but the baby happened to be howling already so
much, that twas possible that one did not know whether the blows scathed
both of them or the sockdolagers did not hurt the both of them.

#

s paj-etoirxhentu-yories-khwo keis keis wthaijhelnge t t-xing!
pxhlulu khyja Alixhlnye kus pyotsotso-yoqe pyim prs
xhek-yatser.  Khau-kator
akhan koe qwel xhroe tsanthnthe pfho fhfha-xing! tlhar jhkhkhqa
ei-xhrejor kexh-ing lyek-yatser s-yntar-ing sepurkh-usqrun-ing-xhwa
jhkhnu xhroe slet xhroa lraukh-xhwa tsefheir-anyng-ajkh
kei-xhrejor-ing.

Be it, oh, that you please pay attention to whatever youre doing! cried,
saying Alixhlnye, as she was jumping up and down in terror.  Alas, humbly
look out for the babys precious eyestalk! she shouted, saying, as a large
spork of a size of unusualness flew near the body part, as it was nearly
carrying it away.

#

Khapari-yalwos-thnem xhmiqt-atser khorna-junso-yant, paj-pl Trkhaka
Prlim kekoi xmlim tlhntril sae, p Pysya xhroe xing Q xhroa xing lyu
ker khloert-anyas xhmarka-ytwekh qr xhr.

If all the castes merely set out to conduct business in the Emperors
library in the proper fashion, the Jacinth Duchess sang in a melancholy
voice, the worlds of the Land of Story would, verily verily be habitually
orderly, in comparsion to the dreamlands that were.

#

Xhw-opaingateqha khrxhye txa-yxhmikh kl?  Tlhi kexhe-qi-xing qhtm
tlhir Alixhlnye tlhenjo paje-tinamat oer-xhyeu khmeuqhijhon-pwar
teiqh-pakam xhroe thi exhe-yan-ing.  Xhyeixhmoas xhlon jhwra kh
tjhwa tijhwa-ytya khwl-tya koaqing Wthirplqamern Tfha-xing
teml-yaloi fheil fhnkhuss se sqro ptyi?  kh-ufhang-jhwu ker tjhwa
tjhwa ker knxhien koaqing Wthirplqa qharn-yufhamm Tnngelis pfhu
xhnoike paje-penxh-yaxng fhoyeqti-ytya fhyekhtu-yapnya Khltoto
Khwal-yofhiet Xaxhla-yxhyeu p-sa 

Would such truly be beneficient?  Alixhlnye, who was glad and saying,
was happy to have the opportunity in order for her to demonstrate her
knowledge a little.  How does proper caste business after proper caste
business touch some of the billion, billion realms of my Fathers Covanent,
whether daytime or nighttime?  There are a zenzizenizizenzic souls in his
Empire, ruled by the Synod of Lords, and I, in fact, do not consider the
creatures that may dwell beyond the Great Wall of the South 

#

Qtorenga-yetlho, paje-paiqelnge Turkhka-xing Thloi, Toxhwa-yxeus
khyi Ifhrripen kepu-yan-eng lwii-yxhyeu Pteixhthwufha kekhrin-an!

Concerning Heretics, sang the Blue Duchess, Would that we disembowel the
Children of Ifhrri, she and I, so that we may dearly feed the Windspirit
Rainbow Serpents!

#

Qtau-ynxhur qrokaka Trkhaka Pelyu-ytyikh Alixhlnye qoe twtwim
ei-xhrejor keis keis jhpqte kekexhe-xhli-xing sannxho-ypyer khnri
qhoqhulele-yoqent fhwe Turkhka-yant Fhyanthim-aqhor p-opaingana
qhthnaing xhroe yaxng xhnpe xhroa yepyer kho
paje-fhaplinamat-ojhwan-ngpu kekexh-ing,

Alixhlnye, rather anxious, began to glance upon the Aurantiaceous Duchess,
in order that the maiden see whatever the other happened to do, but the
Orange Duchess was busy, stirring the soup on purpose, and seemed not to be
listening, so the Duchess continued saying again,

#

l khrxhye xhajhya-khnnthiel km qir Xhra Ikhi-ylkha-xing -qi?
raqelnge
xhmuju  qayparum pejor tnr kl-an.  P-opaingaja tlhotlho pejor Tnr
Pwro korpa-ynyii.  Qir tnnga tlhse xhroe aqhus lrse aqhus jse
aqhus lwsa aqhus pixhsa aqhus tlhexhse aqhus thexhsa  Fheil tnrxha
srt qir tnnga lwitlhsa xhnoipe jutlhsa xhnoe jithsa xhnoipe lwithsa
xhnoe lwothexhsa xhnoipe xhilwixhsa 

Does it come to pass that one has so many souls in the Land of Story?  One
would think that such must be created in terms of prime numbers.  All
things intentionally seem to be in the context of Clestial Prime Numbers,
tis inferred.  For instance, two and three and five and seven and eleven
and thirteen and seventeen  Or Royal Twin Prime Numbers, such as twenty
nine and thirty one, and seventy one and seventy three, and one hundred and
ninety seven and one hundred and ninety nine 

#

Xhrana-toirxhntu ulta jit-e-sa khnn-utya! paje-khnjur Turkhka-xing
Thloi.  Khluntemal qfhis -xing poa!  Ei pfhu jr-atser kho qr t
thyiim-epleis-ngpu tsena-jinga-khn-tya kekexhing kus jxe
khlpeqh-yejikh titlpi pfhu kus qeqqte thqyut kei-xhrejor-ing pejor
lrpra xhyefh-yaloi khlien-ulkha-xxhwi.

Who cares!  Dont bother dear me at all, in fact, sang the Jacinth
Duchess.  Perhaps I, for one, was never number-fain!  Saying that, next
she began caressing their child again, as she sung some hushabie or other,
and, as she stroked and shaked it violently at the end of every verse.

#
Khosyarsqa:

Tsri xhlapamet khrje tepu

Khnata xhmir qhokkhti qltim!

s wtsarlkhntu kei-xhrejor-ing

Keis wthitlhngamett t-xing!

Wthae-yxhwa jhypi swenxhi-ylkha

Kei tneingpentu-yxhyeu xexhliin-xhyeu.

Khosyarsqa:

Lets sing and be rough

To our little seedling!

Be it that you thrash it,

When it sneezes!

As for the little one, it only sneezes

To vex and annoy!

#

Xhw-xing ku-yuqei-sas qhnima payafha xhroe Pereluyasqa-yntet
Qhokkhti-xing.

The Quire, among whom Pereluysqa and the Seedling jointly sung.

#

Lwa!  Lwa!  Lwa ei!

Lwa!  Lwa!  Lwa!

#

Pereluysqa:

Ptauqti-yakhlaut-qyus khnn

Xhnoe senui-fhoreka qiqweyti.

Khwjha khlwa xhmenu-yxhyeu tei-xing.

Xh tnt ptauqti-ytya sarte-yxhyeu tei-sur.

Paje-fhepfhi-ytyai

Pejor fhrle km!

Paje-khmiqhor-tyai

Pejor xhlir qhyi!

Paje-qhoqhulele-ytyai

Qir pltoqe pejor ptrka km!

Pereluysqa:

I say that nothing resembles pepper,

And pepper resembles nothing.

Thats not yet half enough.

Thats not 0.83% of pepper enough.

Boil it

So easily!

Churn it

With machine oil!

Stir it in vigorously stirred water

With sneezes thus!

#

Ta ng!  Ta ng!  Ta ng!

Khun janya xhmir Trkhaka!

Fht Jhasqewa-yaswar-ing!

Tlhtor tsena xhmir Qhokkhti!

One!  Two!  Three!

One for the two Duchesses!

Two for the Raven!

Three for the Seedling!

#

Tuntan-otal khwingtern-jhwa khnewa-qwel-tya-xing pfhkhukhu
Turkhka-yant Plyu.

Then the Orange Duchess poked the feathers of the babys eyestalk.

#
Pejor skhai khwersa-ytya jhwei-yaswar-ing Turkhka-xing Sakniqhe
pompempe-yjhwant fhfha-ypwar xhwars-exhyeu-yntet xhwyan xhlir
khlojfha ser kekexhe-yan-ing-aiqhor fhwuyo-yoqen km jhoxei qyyot
jhefhjur-exhyeu-yfhto khysa-ytya Alixhlnye.

While the Indathrene Duchess sang of the verses that the dirge or lullaby
had, she kept tossing the baby up and down with violence, and the
unfortunate little thing so ululated that Alixhlnye could barely hear of
the words.

#

Jhrsa kanit-xeus tepu

Poel qhokokhti-yaswar-ing!

Tupi-yxeus khyi kei-xhrejor

Ker swenxhi-yangi-xing tepu

Enget-ejet ptaqti kei-yan-ing

Pejor xhmrl nitem kei-tlhix-ing.

Lets be severe and sing,

To our seedling!

Would that we thrash it,

The sneezer,

Because it enjoys pepper,

As it yearns uselessly to smile.

#

Xhwxing:

Fhwa!  Fhwa!  Fhwa ei!

Quire:

Fhwa!  Fhwa!  Fhwa!

#

Qlantalta-yeqras-nwi elel sti pae xing qir oqe qrtlho xhroe
a-tlhestekh-ing t-xing-inwi khnereri-ylwos t-xing, paj-qritu
Turkhaka-yxhwa Khotsraim Alixhlinye-yswaor qyikhei-yelwai pfhkhukhu
xhroe kexhe-xhmi-xing qlyayai-yelwai, thtyu jis kei-xhrejor-ing qir
khreqamern kekhrin-an.

Ah!  You may be the nursemaid to the baby for a brief time, white armed
maiden, if you like, sang the Blue Duchess to Alixhlnye, flinging the
baby to her and speaking, before she and I dearly cook it in the soup.

#

Xhmantii tlhir xhmim p-tlhi khte xekhya-lwkhe lw-yxhyeu Xhwongethe
xhroe Fhwaja-yuqei-xing-nwe Jhwutha-ylkha Xhmaungefhwaja-ynwe tepu-xeng.

My Sister and I are overjoyed to leave and mummify ourselves in order to
play Diamond Ball with the Speaker of Cytoplasm, the Suzerain of Blood.

#
Kyaqha pfhkhukhu sta-yepakh xhlir Alixhlnye amlenii-yejet-ing-jhwo
qhxhlis xhroe khelyaim pfhu rnaxa-yjhwo kpu wthingayoi-ylkha
qerntre-yxhyeu kei-xhli-xing.  Pl-ythya-xing peint! paje-tngta
Alixhlnye.

Alixhlnye accidentally caught the baby with difficulty, because it
happened to be a small creature of a strange shape, and it held outwards
its tentacles spread out in all directions.  Just like a seastar itself,
thought Alixhlnye.

#
Eiqhor-lreqhkhqeun xhmfhteqhe Turkhaka-ypwar Thloi kus jhkhelqa-yoqe
takoseu-ylkha Alixhlinye-yofhe.

And the Jacinth Duchess rose upwards, drawing her tentacles around
Alixhlnye.

#

Thrlenge quja tanxho-yupwar-ntet tsothwenthe-yntet fhrn-pwar
kexhe-yoaka-xing Turkhka-yant Fhynthim khmexusya-yupwar-athnem-nwi quja
xhymonthis-ntet pqyung Soma kekexhe-xhli-xing.

On the one hand the Orange Duchess thew a skillet, some chopsticks, and a
stove after her, but, on the other hand, the Duchess merely missed the
elegant callinymph and her twin Sister.

#

Pajexhfhepel  xhfhepel txeng xhwaeympeis fhfhaypwar tyaneng
jhxe? khwkul khyja Alixhlnye.

You didnt  you didnt both say you were going to cook the baby, did
you? asked, saying Alixhlnye.

#

Xhnpe tlharlaqamet-lkha tsena-stm-thya xhlir thontim-ixorng-ilii yo
tungejheqh-yatser kei-xhrejor-ing-ojhwo Steqrenat
susunetse-yojhwa-yelwai pein-e-xhrejor-ing fhletafhoralta-ythya
xekhya-khlaojhyantu-yinxhna-yungpu-yelwai km ker snkhun
khyoingaotha-yexhyeu-yoqe qir oqe tkhta xhroe tr fhmpoka fheil fhyir
pfhu kexhe-xhli-xing qoe khlfhetu kei-xhrejor-ing kexh-ing.

The mimsy and poor little thing happened to be huff-puffing like a steam
engine, when the Clestial Princess caught it, and it kept folding itself,
as one folds rice paper, and it altogether was so jostling itself again,
being straight, that she was struggling for the first minute or two in
order to grasp it.

#

Qhnkhikh Peltarenu Turkhka-yan Xhrtim jhwetlhim-xhyeu ikaqoima-ylkha
kexhe-yoafhe-xing kekexh-ing.  Ujaxhmi-ynthei paje-tslre Alixhlnye
jhkhathwot-nwi jtlhutlha xhroe xhnoipe tqikei-ynwi khnewa pejor ejxas
kexh-ing.

The Orange Duchess set out and came to the Princess in order to wrap up
tendrils around her.  Soon Alixhlnye found, learning that she was both
hugging the little one and enmeshed in her tendrils.

#

Wthinjha tuxhwapfhtlhetso tuxhwapfhtlhetso teir, paje-fhpyuliin
Turkhka-xeng xhwqhunoi snto sae.  Pereluysqa aqhus Khosyarsqa
kepu-xeng per Sthnu Trkhaka.  Khmu-qhiqhthnaing paje-tafhli-yokhwent
p-xhmi Tojo-xing Srl xhnefhoaxe-yaxng ei kekhrin-etyikh l
fhfha-yntong.  Khmixhka-ynwi kepu-xhni-xeng xhnoipe qhimaqraqai-ynwi
kekhrat pejor aikhtrnem aikhtrnem khyya t-xhni-xing khyxe?

What a lovely haired doll you dearly are, spake both Duchesses with the
same voice.  We twain are Pereluysqa and Khosyarsqa, the dual Duchesses.
Our Husband and Lord informed us, always telling us siblings that twas
impossible that a child of our own be born of us.  Wouldnt you love to
stay with us and be our ballerina doll forevermore?

#
Qir xhno-yajkh k-xhrejor-eng twu qlu ei-xhrejor Alixhlnye
p-opaingajheqhe xhnpe-yejikh-ngpen khlate xhroe pejor fharlwana-yntet
thukhro-yntet jhtis khangan-mpai.

This close to both of them, in fact, Alixhlnye found, understanding that
both of them seemed to be entirely composed of petals off of flowers and
clockwork machines and the most graceful of jewels.

#

Ke se sas fhxi lylai efhunt pfhu kexhe-yan-ing qoe fhpfhu
xhmena-yjikh-ing kexh-ing-aiqhor oer-xhyeu kl wtsailr-yan-ing
fhyeya-ytyai xhwrs fhfha-ypwar tsena pejor xhnwei uthexhlxei xhroe
kexhe-yan-ing xhnoe qr t jhkhanunu-ytyai qhthyim
khnewa-staqha-yupwar-ntet jhojhafhayoltis khrlqu pfho kexhe-yan-ing
simfhelnge-yxhyeu fhyar-lkha-xing kexhe-yan-ing ei qr k kus
khnirl-yan-ing Trkhaka Qlufhem-jhwa xekhy-twuqhuim.

As soon as she discovered the proper manner of behaving as a nursemaid,
and, in order to do such, she had to twist up the baby into an arabesque of
vagueness, then she had to grasp, adhering tightly to its eyestalk and its
rolling sphere-legs, in order to prevent the undoing thing, finally, twas,
that the damsel wrenched herself away from the Qlfhem Duchesses.

#
Tlhielkhurqtie-ynye  qhsqa  qhesqa-ythya-xing qir tngapi  poa,
paje-fhrmeqhe Alixhlinye-ynwi akhasyil-ojhwa-yelwai usti-ytya-xing
xekhya-khmofhur-oaqe-yelwai wthingayoi-ykhmo Turkhak-yejikh.  Xhnoet 
xhnoet qir p-yxung thfhyeye!

Perhaps  perhaps I may visit socially as a guest  a guest-friend, in
days to come, chanted Alixhlnye, continuously clutching the baby and
thrusting herself away from the tendrils of the Duchesses.  But  but not
at this precise time!

#

Ta pythu p-xhrejor x fhrntol p-tlhi s-opaingate khyxhle khyxhle
xhroe!  Qtwi qtwi Trkhaka si kexh-ing kus xhnefhjur
khyitsekhwu-yoapa-yntett tmal eiqhor-khil-ing  tsena xhrir xhwo
xekhya-fhyetsa-ynthei.

Oh my braids!  Oh the ballet slippers that I wear!  How late tis
becoming!  She kept stumbling away from the Duchesses, as she crashed
against chrysalis cocoons and mummies, but soon she tore herself out of the
hexagonal kitchen.

#
Koaqing knxha koaqing tsotsxhwi koaqing jhpxema tlola swe sae kexh-ing.
Lrpa jhyanwi-ytya kholpufhng-aloi xhele-khmepefhri-ytser-ing
pfhikhukhu-ylkha qir khma xhmla xhroe paje-xhyakhkhra kexh-ing
utakhi-yoqent fharne-ypwar xatlha-xfhar-an.

She ran and ran and ran through the bejeweled castle.  When she, carrying
the baby into the air of summer, began to reach the deck of the sky ship,
she saw that several warships were headed in one direction.

#

Koaqing fhqha jhrs fhelqa-ymlen-ing kexhing paje-sixe-thoqelnge,
Thuselnge ei-xhrejor p oaxhnir-ampeit-thni per jhkhatu khlurt-utakh
xqni xhroe toa khmnxhi xhroa -yant poa.

Running down the gangplank, she told herself, I think, perhaps, I shall
make a journey, departing in the opposite direction from that sort of folk,

#

Eiqhr-lrapor xima tyoe peng-yengat p-yuqei p-yant, paje-pnxho
Alixhlnye, tqorakh-thni kei-xhrejor-ing qir tyjhapi khunt fheil wth
k-xeng.  Tqetqtqar qlakh ei-xing khyxe khltu xhmerer-lwos
kei-xhrejor-ing ?

Anyway, unless I take this child away with me, thought Alixhlnye, the
twain will surely kill it in a day or two to come.  Wouldnt it be murder,
if one leaves and leaves it behind?

#

Xhafhepel-uqa xhykh-xhmikh -xhni pfhu kexhe-xing-uiqa xhiqtkem tsena
xhlir jhoxei pejor thyqamat khakhqexhng-ejet p-yatser jhlto
kei-xhni-xing.  Xhrana-xhiqtkem khnn-utya t! paje-tfhli
Alixhlnye.  Jeqha
xhmqut kl-ing keixhloas khwilifhufhu-yqluir .

After saying the last words aloud, the small thing happened to make a tick
tock sound as it replied, because  it had ceased sneezing by this time.  Do
not tick tock at all! chanted Alixhlnye.  Such is an improper way by
which one ought to express things.

#

Xhiqtkem-ngpu utsi-yupwar-aqhor qta khyi fhtelnim
khnewa-qwel-tya-xing kexh-ing qoe fhxi qkhet ei-xhrejor keis keis
khnple kei-yeitlho-xing kexh-ing.  Khnen-opaingate xhyjr-ejikh
ei-xhrejor Alixhlnye fhtrtrekoi tniiltenthe-yjhwo keis pfhupa-ynxhur
xixhlu-ytya fhtrtrekoi xhkh-twekh Ptans-ejikh ker l tsena xhmir
fhfha.

The little one tick tocked again, and she, very anxious, gazed upon its
eyestalk in order to discover, to see whatever was the problem concerning
it.    Axhlnye did not doubt that the baby had upside down celia indeed,
which more resembled wheels than actual celia of a Real Person.

#

Xhnoet s-opaingana l-lkha khmyi pfho xhmir Qlfhimm tnefhta
qakhor.  Lwasq-opaingate
khqet xhroe khmku xhroa Alixhlinye-yonwo-yxhna.

Also, the cyclopean eye seemed to be small and extreme for a Qlfhem.
Alixhlnye,
by accidently, altogether misloved the appearance of the thing.

#
Eiqhor-jhyopi-ynye fhrs-pwar ei-xhli-xing, paj-thothoas xho-xing kus
khlekh kekoi staqha-ytya-xing qoe paje-tlhotlhnwa kexh-ing
tapimi-yjhe-yufhang.

But perhaps twas merely drooling, she thought, as she looked into its
mouth-trunk in order to inquire as to whether there were any saliva.

#

Khnl xhmoe prtha tsena kekoaqing stqha.  T-yalwos-ing
qlkh-exhye-xing xekhya-xhnejheixnger-mpeis alyarsing, paje-jhylta
Alixhlnye xhrsu, sqopupu-ympeit khleit pejor xhyiirptu-yntet
jofhte-yntett takhtekhtngtngqor p-yan!  Q xhiqtkem talri-ytyai!

There was no spittle in its mouth-trunk indeed.  If you intend to
transform yourself into a pocket watch, dearheart, chanted Alixhlnye,
being serious, I shall avoid dear you, in terms of pendula and spindles
and mainsprings!  Now tick tock far away!

#
Pejor japa tiikhiikhii-yngpu fheil xhiqtkem-ngpu jhoxei ser akhtan-ing
qthowo-yejt-axng ei jxe jan-yejikh  xhnoe kho qw qlaikhtonth-yaloi
qir fhtqi thijxe-yatser k-xeng.

The unfortunate, small thing happened to giggle again with schadenfroh
giggles, or tick tock again, for twas impossible for one to know, and so
the two of them proceeded into the forest galaxy for a time in silence.

#

Khwunaqhi-yoqe xhnir Alixhlnye six-khmenein ei-xhrejor, Khma
qhxhn-yories xhyeipejos xhyeipejos pejor fhoyeqti-yngat-ing p-yonyii
xertsilqh-yatser kei-xhni-xing? ke-qoas xhiqtkem-upwar-ngqu pejor
qwjaja km kei-xing qoe jhrs lynamat khnewa-qwel-tya-xing xhlir qyje
pykhtanga.  P-yatser pfhasw-opaingate ei-yeitlho-xing fho -xhni-sur
pejor tsfhli xhmoe kl-lkha fheil jhypi xhmoe kl-lkha kei-sur-ing
xhnoe xhxhni-xing khstui xhnjastya xhmnyi jrfhe lwfha poyim-tya
kexhe-yufhar-ing km-pyer paje-xhyuxhnene kexh-ing jmpikh ei roa
fhtyelnge kei-xhrejor-ing kexh-ing.

Alixhlnye was beginning to think unto herself, Now, whatever shall I do
with regards to this creature, when I return home with it?  when it began
to tick ctock so staccatissimo that she gazed down upon its eyestalk in
alarum.  This time one could not make a mistake about it, as it was neither
less than nor greater than a gurgling gallimaury of clockwork parts,
crawling and creeping upwards upon her, she felt that twould be absurd for
her to carry the baby further.

#
Kho ngi jhpyeir amlenii-yupwar-xhwa kexhe-yan-ing japwerthna-yelwai
qlrs xhmxa-xing khlerlpu-ythya lwfha-yoaqe-yelwai
tlhamfhamat-oakhwe-yelwai xhnoike paje-tngta kexh-ing xhnpe
thatiikh-ejikh-mpai khwm-ing paje-twmeqh-yatser kei-xing qiqtqe lrpor
jharptuma xhekit-tya xhnir xhrtsu.

So she set the small creature down, and it sprang upwards like an
arachnocrab thing, as twas creeping and snapping, she felt that she was
very much relieved of duties, as she began to see it, gallumphing away, too
quiet, among the crystal trees.

#

Qses-lwos kei-xing, exh-ing pn-aswaor paj-fhlama, s-opaingate
pexhmen-ejikh jhjhyumet peqhathoing kae xhnoet p-opaingate khrajo-ylkha
khmaikyiyot pfhu yenxhur paje-xhixhlelnge  poa.

If it grew up, she chanted to herself, twould have become a strange
child, an elegant alien, however, it seems to be a rather handsome
grandfather clock, I may believe.

#
Eiqhor-xnxhu koe Syatlhan-ojhwa-ynwa kus khn wasu tsapm-afham kexhe
kae xing kus fhipfhu-yeqras-xhna xhiqtkem-ulkha-yangi ingoire-yan
kexhe-xhnix-ing-aiqhor paje-xhutse-ythnem pnt pae, Xhnujxo-yxeus khyi
khmta-ypwar jalte pfhu p-yan qoe khmlreqhe ur qoe fhtanar-khim
Khwnton tsafhra-yxhyeu p-yetwur, xhnp-yatser fhoplul-yejikh xhlir
wtsalru kus oirqrser Pikhtsa Jhsqewa xhroe kekoaqing tht
khwafhye-yatlho-xing tsena qir khyng keis sefhwa-qyyaxi khnoxu
Saraxm-ejikh.

And she set out, beginning to tally her Siblings, who were the only
children that she knew, who may perform as clocks, as she was merely saying
to herself, Would that I knew the exact method in order to make my foster
Brother be mutated in clockwork, when she happened to be startled, as she
noticed Our Heart Raven sitting on the surface of a bough of a crystal tree
which was a few cubits away from the Princess.

#
Qwsur xhnoe Urefha fhisq-yatser Alixhlinye-ytyikh.  P-opaingana
qhakhnakh-ejikh pejor xakhni paje-qhliya kexh-ing.
Eiqhor-jhwri-yaswar-ing khngpeu khlonet-mpai xhnoe xhthyoi pkh
tngpis xhnoe tnefhta khmewungo fhoreka khmngpa km-tya saxhme-ytya
qoe paje-xhwuxonur kexh-ing xhnpe prewuw-yejikh xhlir qkhat efhun
k-xhni-xing.

The Raven but grinned, when he began to see Alixhlnye.  He seemed to be
friendly by nature, she thought.  However, the bird had very long claws,
and many sharp feathers, and winedark eyen that resembled so many
constellations that she thought that he should be venerated with obeissance.

#
Anoi-Khantu xa-Tqnu, khyja xhwngpota xhwenqetlhang fhqin xhnir
fhnti-xing pejor jhong-opaingate xhneyong-jhei ur qoe tiyrt-ing pi
koxh-ing.  Xhnoet qwesur-thnem fhrau-yexhyeu-yjhyi xhlir selupkhatlha
okhxei-ypwar.

Blessed and creative Lord, honored Firebird, she began to say, being
timid, as she stood and bowed formally as if visiting a shrine, since she
did not know whether he would honor this title.  However, the bird only
grinned a little wider, with shadows.

#

reu!  Wts-ynyie koxha-xhli-xing, paj-wthau Alixhlinye-ypyer
jhkhekhqa-yjhwan ei-xhrejor kexh-ing.  Thoqelnge-jathit qoe tlhnwu-xing
pexhe-xhmi-xing koa-yutakh-e-sas xhthenta-yqluir xhrir po p
t-yories-ing!

Lets go!  Hes thus pleased, thought Alixhlnye, and she continued
uttering, Please honor me by telling this girl the direction unto which I
ought to go from this place!

#

Kl-xhwa khmeqa-yatser-mpai telrqhu fharne-ypwar koa-qoas
thothtlhamet fhlqang t-xhni-xing kei-xhli-xing, xhrno khyja Jhsqewa.

As for such, it happens to depend very much on the direction you wherein
you want to arrive, smiled, chanted Raven.

#
Qholu-yfhyoa kmla -tlhi poa, paje-tsaqnelnge Alixhlnye.

Perhaps Im indifferent as to going somewhere, chanted Alixhlnye.

#
Kho qner ei-sur-ing xhrir khlrot-ing koa-yaloi-sas xhtlha texh-ing,
paje-xhtse Urfha.

Then tis irrelevant concerning the direction wherein you go, maid,
chanted Raven.

#

Ei tlhm pae kus ethaikelnge-ylwos p, paje-tsiwniya Alixhlnye
jhmena khrujxu-ylkha-xing.

If tis unto some place I arrive chanted Alixhlnye, adding an
explanation.

#

Ethake qya ethxil-thni qlaixha texh-ing, wthrmet qhlta
ei-xhrejor Jhsqewa, xhwaoptu-ylwos tsats-yejikh pejor tsufhi-ysqron
t-xing.

Ah!  You will surely arrive and arrive and arrive, sighed, saying the
Raven, if you merely walk enough and long.

#
jor paje-tspre Alixhlnye xhnpe-yfhto pikhlim-lkha tei-sur-ing kho
xhmrir kenti-yupwar-khwus kexhe-yan-ing.  Qhnkhakh qr po po
sy-yaxiis- Stein-tyikh ker lu?

Alixhlnye felt, supposing that this was not deniable, so set out and tried
another question.  What sort of Real People dwell here hereabouts?

#

Qir tlhunwu-yalyr-ing pein, jhpesyeka jhkhkhqa ei-xhrejor Jhsqewa
xhmoe kus tyesqu-yoqe khyarseu-ytya-xing, khlturn Jhpeprnain xhnoike
fharne-yaloi-ylkhum-ing pein, kus thiqyut-oqe khyiyngtern-tya-xing,
khlamat Khmenwa Jhti xhroe.

In very direction, smiled, chanted Raven, beginning to wave his right
wingfin, dwells the Imperial Mad Scientist, and in yon direction itself,
beginning to wave his left wingfin, dwells the Tea Pirate.

#

Kenxhle qhkhowe xhroe? jkhakhh khyja Qhimpya-xing.  Pypyaxha qui
qr xhr Telpar-etlho Qoxo-ylkha.  Trl k-xhrejor xhlir trl Posqja
fhwlwin- fhngau thy-ylkha qir Khmepeng-alraikhh Khnntha xhroe k-yan
uwataynxha tnma-yntet kalistsi xhmrs-utakh jhao-Wthirpalqa-yxhmikh
k-yan.

A tea pirate? asked, chanted the Princess.  Ive heard of Candy Pirates,
of course.  The Frie Noble Caste licenses them with pirate licenses to
raid the sugar plantations of the Crimson Moons of Khnntha to bring both
sugar and candies to the remainder of the honored Empire.

#

Pta xhnoe tei-xing paje-tspre p usyrim-ats-rajkh
jakhna-khnl-xhmikh.  Eiqhr-fhwexa xhyeipejos fhongjo xhnir Qham
Jhati-ylkha?

Thats only prudent, I suppose, as I do, in fact, like my sweets.  However,
whats a Tea Pirate supposed to do?

#

Septungta-yanyas qlakh jhati-ytya koxh-ing, qlikhyu khyja Jhsqewa.

He habitually steals of tea, yawned, chanted Raven.

-- 
Puey McCleary
http://pueyandtheprincess.conlang.org

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