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Cxu vi sxatas skribi librojn kaj poemojn?

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Novico Dektri (Kwerekana umwidondoro) 10 Rusama 2006 00:30:48

Do you like to write stories, or poems? If you have any short stories or poems, I would enjoy reading them.

taneli (Kwerekana umwidondoro) 16 Mukakaro 2006 18:29:23

Here's a very short poem I once wrote:

Amis korpo proksima.
Oda korbato - vivota brokado.
Amis korpo proksima.

Maybe a couple of explanations about the language are in order, although it's up to the reader to interpret the content. The repeated line should be easy enough to understand with a dictionary, although the word order is somewhat unusual. "Odo" means "ode". "Kor-bato" is a compound word. "Vivota" is admittedly a strange form of "vivi". "Broki" means "to weave brocade".

Extra credit for coming up with one word that explains the strangeness of the poem. okulumo.gif

By the way, in Esperanto "skribi" refers to the physical act of writing and "verki" to the creative process, so "verki librojn" is better than "skribi librojn".

kejos144 (Kwerekana umwidondoro) 26 Mukakaro 2006 12:39:24

Shouldn't your title be:

Ĉu vi ŝatas skribi librojn poemojn?

Or the "and" into "or" as you translated it into your original post. Including, you can press the sx/ŝ button and it might do the title with the post to de-Xify it.

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