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jellyfish

Page history last edited by Jens Wilkinson 15 years, 5 months ago

The Jellyfish and the Monkey

 

Rin-Jin, the King of the Sea, took to wife a young and beautiful Dragon Princess. They had not been married long when the fair Queen fell ill, and all the advice and attention of the great physicians availed nothing.

"Oh," sobbed the Queen, "there is only one thing that will cure me of my illness!"

"What is that?" inquired Rin-Jin.

"If I eat the liver of a live monkey, I shall immediately recover. Pray get me a monkey's liver, for I know that nothing else will save my life."

 

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Medusa mo Njani

 

Lautan di raxa di Rin-Jin, ta kawim fo waka mo swai di naga raxa-pikin. Maxan posli tapela kawim, swai di meli-raxa biani maladi, (despite) manje di medika di (advice), no biani bweno.

Meli-raxa naki, "Fo swanje mi di malato, tene tasol wan-pela banfa."

"Ke-banfa?" aska Rin-Jin.

"Ako mi makan maixa di njani di fwa, mi maxan biani bweno. Mintan nosti tahal fwa fo njani! Sapos no nosti, mi mati!"

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