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The following is a silly poem I wrote about Mexican food, especially
about it's most important ingredient, chile, that I thought would be
fun to place in Deseret. Two words are actually in Spanish, but are
easily recognizable. Enjoy!
May 30, 2014
𐐆𐑌 𐐪 𐐿𐐮𐐽𐐯𐑌 𐑋𐐯𐐸𐐨𐐿𐐪𐑌𐐪
𐑄𐐩𐑉 𐐪𐑉 𐑋𐐯𐑌𐐨 𐑄𐐨𐑍𐑆 𐐻𐐭
𐐂𐑊 𐐪𐑉 𐑅𐐮𐑋𐐹𐑊 𐐺𐐲𐐻 𐑅𐐬
𐑄𐐩 𐐾𐐲𐑅𐐻 𐑉𐐨𐑊𐐮 𐐿𐐰𐑌'𐐻 𐐺𐐨
𐐙𐑉𐐲𐑋 𐐮𐑌𐑀𐑉𐐨𐐼𐐮𐐯𐑌𐐻𐑅 𐐻𐑉𐐬𐐹𐐨𐐿𐐪𐑊𐐩𐑅
𐐿𐐲𐑋 𐑄 𐑋𐐬𐑅𐐻 𐐲𐑋𐐩𐑆𐐨𐑍
𐐙𐑉𐐭𐐻𐑅 𐐰𐑌𐐼 𐑋𐐨𐐻𐑅 𐐰𐑌𐐼
𐑄𐐩 𐐪𐑊 𐑋𐐩𐐿 𐐨𐐽 𐐻𐐲𐑋𐐨 𐑅𐐨𐑍.
𐐒𐐨𐑌𐑆 𐐰𐑌𐐼 𐑊𐐯𐐻𐐲𐑅, 𐐻𐐲𐑋𐐩𐐻𐐬𐑆 𐐰𐑌𐐼 𐐿𐐬𐑉𐑌,
𐐺𐐨𐑁 𐐰𐑌𐐼 𐐽𐐮𐐿𐐯𐑌
𐐰𐑌𐐼 𐐽𐐨𐑆 𐑀𐐲𐑊𐐬𐑉--
𐑄𐐰𐐻'𐑅 𐐸𐐶𐐴 𐐯𐑂𐑉𐐨𐐶𐐲𐑌 𐐪𐑊𐐶𐐩𐑆
𐐑𐑊𐐨𐑆, 𐐬 𐐹𐑊𐐨𐑆, 𐐾𐐲𐑅𐐻 𐑀𐐮𐑂
𐑋𐐨 𐑅𐐲𐑋 𐑋𐐬𐑉.
𐐒𐐲𐐻 𐑄 𐑋𐐬𐑅𐐻 𐐮𐑋𐐹𐐬𐑉𐐻𐐲𐑌𐐻 𐐹𐐪𐑉𐐻
𐑄𐐰𐐻 𐑋𐐲𐑅𐐻 𐐺𐐨 𐐰𐐼𐐯𐐼
𐐆𐑆 𐑄𐐰𐐻 𐐹𐐯𐐹𐐯𐑉, 𐑀𐑉𐐨𐑌 𐐫𐑉 𐑉𐐯𐐼:
𐐽𐐮𐑊𐐨, 𐐽𐐮𐑊𐐨 𐐻𐐱𐐹𐑅 𐑄
Alphabet does take a bit of getting used to. Very few of the characters
look at all like the Latin script normally used for writing English.
But, if you are ready to learn the alphabet, here is where you can do
so. Go to
3 primers that were used in "Deseret" (Utah territory) to teach the alphabet to children and those adults who were trying to learn English, or who just wished to learn the alphabet. I am placing on the internet two ebooks, .epub and .pdf versions, of the 1st & 2nd Deseret primer books (including illustrations). There are 3 text versions in the ebooks: each lesson in Deseret followed by Latin script, all lessons in Deseret only, and all lessons in Latin script only. There are 3 versions in the ebooks: Each lesson in Deseret followed by
Latin script, all lessons in Deseret only, and all lessons in Latin
script only. You can download the ebooks here.