îä çîåã äåà äàôøåç
øê åôìåîúé
àéëä îéöîöå òéðéå äâãåìåú
áéï ð÷éøú ìçí ìç
ìöòãé úéðå÷ ùåáá
îä î÷ñéí äåà äàôøåç åðôùå æëä
îä îúå÷ äåà äàôøåç îòåøø çîìä
îä çîåã äåà äàôøåç
àôøåç ñéãøúé
îöéõ øåöä ìøöåç
àôøåç ÷èìðé

"îé àîø îéìä àðé äåøâ ôä àú ëåìí áãí ÷ø àðé äåøâ àåúí
áàéîùìé àðé ìà öåç÷ àðé éäøåâ àåúëí àçã àçã
àì úúðå ìðåöåú ìäèòåú àåúëí àðé ñéãøúé àðé
îé àîø ÷ìéîøå?"

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