Textkit Logo

Feriae Latinae

This board is a composition workshop, like a writers' workshop: post your work with questions about style or vocabulary, comment on other people's work, post composition challenges on some topic or form, or just dazzle us with your inventive use of galliambics.

Moderator: annis

Feriae Latinae

Postby Merlinus » Mon Feb 13, 2006 3:34 pm

Aestas venit, cum sole flavo et puerorum cachinnis, voluptate devorate calidarum arenularum.
Discipuli crepidulas disjecerunt, magistro in bibliotheca condito. Velut gaviae cucurrerunt ad litus, capilli et cor insanum in aquilone.
Clamabant, corrisebant : pulchrum erat mare, et spuma similis erat sacchari, solis enim lux edebatur sicut mel.
Carabi, qui ad litus habitabant, pueros ludentes audiverunt, et caraborum dux est eis iratus : nam carabi pueruli, relicti caraborum scholam postquam magister in ostrea condiderunt, inter humanorum puerorum digitos nunc luserunt. Dux libellos cepit clamavitque :
" Carabi! Statim ad me venite ! Malus est, cum incognitis gigantibus ludere."
Sed carabi non venerunt.
Caraborum dux omnium ab imo suspiravit, simul ac humanus magister in bibliotheca sua.
Existimaverunt aestatis solem morbidissimum esse.


***
Let's hope there aren't too many grammar mistakes here :twisted:
About the underlined sentence...I was wondering if the "eis" was right. :?:
What I wanted to say is :
"The crabs, who lived on the beach, heard the children playing, and the chief of the crabs got angry against them" [them being not the "crabs who lived on the beach", but the playing children.]
User avatar
Merlinus
Textkit Neophyte
 
Posts: 19
Joined: Mon Feb 13, 2006 11:26 am
Location: Gallia

Return to Composition Board

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: Bing [Bot] and 3 guests