Category Archives: Latin

The Gospels in Anglish

I have uploaded this article also at: and there you’ll find the translator. Here you won’t find the translator because this blog is going to be a place where I’ll publish mainly the English poems from now on. Otsikko … Continue reading

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Selvitä, missä tämä biokätkö sijaitsee. Vinkkinä, että se on lähemmällä kuin uskotkaan. Muuta sinun ei tarvitse kuin keskustella puiden kanssa. Find out, where this biocache is lurking. The tip: it’s closer than you can expect. You have to only speak … Continue reading

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Fortune Is Blind

Without luckYou won’t surviveEven from yourself.© Yelling Rosa22/5 -15 Ilman hyvää onneaei selviä edesitsestään.© Yelling Rosa22/5 -15 Fortuna caeca est =’Onnetar on sokea’ tai ‘Kohtalo on sokea’ (Fin)’Fortune is blind’ or ‘Destiny is blind’ (UK) Even so let’s wish a … Continue reading

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Open like love

O’ Woman O’ Woman,You are a roseBelow my belt.© Yelling Rosa15/6 -16 O’ Femina O’ femina,tu es un rosasub micinctura.© Yelling Rosa15/6 –16 ProofreaderMarcrus Scriptor Cogito, ergo sum Latin English Interlingua Finnish Cogito, I think, Io cogita, Ajattelen, ergo therefore … Continue reading

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Templum and 2015 in Review

Templum Silva templum meum est. Ibi tranquillitatem sentio. © Yelling Rosa 26.12-15 Auxiliavit Tea Pelkonen ad: Temple The forest is my temple. There I dissolve in tranquility. © Yelling Rosa 26.12 -15 2015 in Review The stats helper … Continue reading

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Peano’s Interlingua

Something about Peano’s Interlingua which is also called Latino sine flexione. It was heavily criticized by Langelot Hogben. According to Hogben the biggest shortages were a lack of articles and a chance of mixing up verbs with nouns. It is … Continue reading

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