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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Thoughts on what "lèwa" means? "Fèt lèwa fini, kite yon gou sann nan bouch mwen." pg 69 'Pase M Yon Kou Foli' (Context: A patient has just finished recounting her troubling tale to the narrator)

Lèwa, Lewa, or fèt LewaEpiphany (January 6th), the day of Epiphany

"Fèt Lèwa fini, kite yon gou sann nan bouch mwen."
"The day of Epiphany had passed, leaving a taste of ash in my mouth."

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