I told you, all will come to Quisqueya aux terres...

Miejo - December 15 2011, 4:53 PM

I told you, all will come to Quisqueya aux terres montagneuses, TERRE MYSTERIEUSE, pays soleil, pays beni, le pays le plus riche des caraibes, LE PAYS DE LA LIBERTE, NAP TONBE, NAP LEVE KANKOU CAPWA LAMOR, EN AVAN, AN VANSE...ils viendrons tous...

an nou bale, rouze, ranmasa fatra, an nou plante fle, pye bwa, an nou ranmanse ranyon sal nou, an nou lave, propte, an nou mete bon pafin sou nou, an nou sispann goumin, voler, touye, kibnape, pale sou youn ak lot mal, an nou chante, danse, an kontan, bat vravo ETRANJE SOU NOU oh! loloy HAITI PAP PERI !!!!

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