Chuukese love poem

Kinas

Sasingum non kinas

Uwa men sani kamen pwan nioch

Nge mi chok mwitir ne mworono

Saingon ai kapas ngonuk pwipwi “ai tong ngonuk”

Translated into Chuukese by Jiahn Rikim
Chuukese love poem

Book of poetry "La Glace"
Original version
Poem the mirror

Chuukese woman and language

Short translation of the love poem into Chuukese (Chuuk, Fayichuck, Truk, East Lagoon, Lagoon Chuukese, Chuk, Ruk, Trukese).

These islands are magnificent, the blue and clear water of the lagoon contrasts singularly with the color of her eyes. She is brown with a golden complexion, her eyes are of the color of her hair, her life is in the sun, mostly away from the world, she flees people, only nature is her world.

The day she walks the sand of the beaches in search of shells, she makes bracelets, necklaces or just put them at home and watch on them. The evening and the black of the night surround her body, and the wind from the open air, which the fine veil of its curtains passes through, refreshes and envelope her like a mantle which carries her away, far away in resting dreams.

Chuuk is one of the official languages of the Federated States of Micronesia. This Austronesian language is spoken in Chuuk by about 40,000 people.

Chuukese is one of the official languages of the Federated States of Micronesia. Chuuk or Truk, is one of the states forming the Federated States of Micronesia, its inhabitants are the Chuukese.

Micronesian languages
Kosraean - Pohnpeian - Nauruan - Gilbertese
Poem translated into chuukese (497 languages)