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Sunday, December 23, 2012

I just wanted to say that the song "Krisifiksyon" an Kreyol nan kou se absoliman bel!!!!! It brought tears to my eyes especially in Kreyol. Mesi anpil, Kreyol Lwiziyen

Yes, it is an absolutely beautiful song.   Pierre Gardy Fontaine brings it to life.
I see you want to use it as a farewell song one day.  I'll be sure to tell Mr. Fontaine :)
Pase yon bon jounen Kreyòl Lwiziyen.
E si nou pa pale ankò, pase yon bon sezon fèt Nwèl e yon bòn ane 2013.

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  1. Madanm Mandaly,

    Would you be so kind as to give me a good
    translation of: "Yon rigol san te koule".
    I believe it to be: His Royal Blood flowed.
    Pa vre?


    Jan Rachal

    1. rigòl, from French "rigole" which means "canal, dug up canal, drain" is canal, small river or stream in Creole.

      Yon rigòl san te koule - a river of blood flowed