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Most requested translations added here for your convenience: I love you → Mwen renmen w. I miss you → Mwen sonje w. My love!Lanmou mwen!

Saturday, August 18, 2012

"Mwen di Senyè a: Se ou ki sèl Mèt mwen. Se ou menm ki tout mwen. Pa gen pase ou!" Mwen pa konnen sa "Met mwen" vle di nan vese sa. Eske w vle ede'm fin konprann tanpri? Mesi anpil!!

Mèt is Haitian Creole for Master
sèl is Haitian Creole for alone, only, sole, single.  
Sèl Mèt mwen then means my sole Master, or My one and only Lord

Mwen | di    |Senyè  | a,    | Se | ou  | ki's | sèl    | Mèt     | mwen.
I           | say | Lord     | the, | it's | you | that  | only | Master |my.
I say to the Lord, you, alone, are my Lord.

Se  | ou     | ki      |  tout | mwen.|  Pa    |  gen      |  pase         |  ou.
It    |  you  | that's   | all     |   my.    |   No  |    have  | more than    |  you . 
You are my all.  There's none like you.       
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