Hepu magfau akaeian.
Á ton, napu azákai? Klon, ùlapuafùm naikai fáiemeamt ùnakloakali. Millamamt napumifaivotamt akahalitankali: Miaatkai plaine, llegukai linsaken dau pláken, aimine. Tema éna, aka fùnkai midken, zuùkai midken, pesepukai midken, lain zakai aklefreken oeseamt. Napu azá, napu azá? Tafokel ton. Lain, eruagaipuna, faerkai ton, heaten káfaf oertaisetamt tonkali.
Use caution because of the baby.
O dear, what's happened? Yesterday, a pretty young girl came to our home to watch over the baby. She did what she could to entertain the child: she played with it, sung songs for it, etc. But nevertheless, the baby attacked her, tore her into pieces, devoured her, and it threw the rest out the window. What to do, what to do? I really don't know. And so, for the time being, we keep the affair silent, in order to prevent the police from starting to ask annoying questions.
© Jan van Steenbergen, Chiklit, 21 Sept. 2005