Kubi Kedi biju Pi: Kedi’s Diary 2

Xin’hoploukixé,

E yoziyuahleuzi (momokwe hoplogafaze-gafaze hoplovoxouki). Yoyo. E lsurravensaizi hsaveynji. E lsurravensaizi soyano.

E shishizo-payazo kuri! A payazo hadespaya. Gohan hadespaya? Hadespaya miki…

Ji kuri yosanghi. A in’zi’ni yoliyu / E in’zi’ni yonaajuné. Momokwe yoisuravelsituzi! Kuri ba! Kuri mositu! Kuri naati lsuravelsituzi.

Biju-Kubi Kedi


Dear Diary,

I don’t think Mum reads this. Good. I want privacy. I want secrets.

I heard forty-two! She sang hadesong. What is hadesong? Hadesong is pretty…

But forty-two isn’t safe. She has no time, and I have no power. Mum doesn’t understand! Forty-two is important! Forty-two is my friend! Forty-two is the only one who understands.

Kedi (forty-seven)

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Kubi Kedi biju Ti: Kedi’s Diary 1

Xin’hoploukixé,

Xidastaliyu momokwe vreliuzo-in’i hoplovoxouki in’i-tasuzo E. O pavazi E leslespaze E godlila-erina moiskahoploho. A kicoopavazo-yotomazo E. A tomazi (E yogodilaze-erinaze moiskahoploho).

A yotoktokzi golan E yogodilazi-erinazi moiskahoploho. Ji E totokozi. A kono E sintukwe.

Momokwe yotoma (E totokozi (E sinyukwe)), ji E shishizi. E totokozi \ yopavazi.

E kwishazi shishi-paya biju-bubi. E kwishazi (shishi \ yopaya).

Ruli yopayazo. Gohan E lespazi? A min’zi’mi pfura? E jumanazi yo.

Gopan kuri? E hashizi poppoze-ponyoze (poppoi in’i EA).

E jumanazi (momokwe yohoplogafa-gafa hoplovoxouki).

Biju-Kubi Kedi


Dear Diary,

Mum gave me this book for writing in. She says that maybe if I practice, I will learn Simlish. But she lied and I did not believe her. She doesn’t think that I will learn Simlish.

She doesn’t know why I can’t learn Simlish. But I know. It’s because I’m a peace soldier.

Mum doesn’t know that I know I’m a peace soldier. But I listen. I know, and I don’t talk.

I like listening to the hundred-forty-three. I like listening to their songs. I don’t sing, though.

Lately, seventy-seven has not been singing. What happened? Has he caught pfura? I hope not. I like listening to his songs.

Where is forty-two? I miss our games.

I hope Mum doesn’t read this,

Kedi (forty-seven).