Zanmi mwen, mwen pa ka ba ou manti mwen te konn bwè dlo...

Jean - October 13 2012, 6:26 PM

zanmi mwen, mwen pa ka ba ou manti mwen te konn bwè dlo rivyè menn jan ak tout moun ki abite bo rivyè men aprè 4 an mwen pase an deyo pey Ayti mwen pa kwè mwen ap janm ka bwè dlo rivyè pou yon koz kom sa e ot. Epi mwen pa tande ou kèk tan di mwen ki kote ou ye konsa?

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