qnayne gica-ciakov ulugAt, tu qoqobyne tu D bodako ene tu. nosibyE sDkr-ocah gica tu, Kaku zulis-qRRe ildonw-silgun. kogAte ildonw ulugAt, ulcr ildonw D tu ucunaE ildonw D tu one ildonw.
DPe kodia-ildonw ulugAt, (tiUfEPk iknun trocah).
ikdaE (oson-UfE ykr tiocah ta, tiocah UfE iknun tr) ildonw oD jije ildonwku.
zulde ulugAt oD gAmpe ulugAt, ocah ucuna tu D ocah gAmpe tu D bon-boda gAmpe tu D bon-Pmbida gAmpe tu D Pmbida qaniqhe tu D boda niqhe tu D tu qobyne tu D ocah ucunaE tu.
qnoroE (tiaksuJe ocah) ulugAt oD zaKainoE (to, ocah dAkame to-oson daku) tu. gAmpe tu oD byne tu oD qaniqhe boniJ tu oD niqhe boda tu oD byne tu oD gAmpe tu.
qnoroE (Ppybe oson ytaD ti oD aksuJe ytaD ti) ulugAt, ytaD qaniqhe tu D boda niqhe tu D tu qobyne tu.
Ulughrats is wandering the rocky desert. He is thirsty but just has water. He comes across a large stone arch. A family of Illdonoad live beside it. Ulughrats approaches the Illdonoad. The three Illdonoad look at him with curiosity.
Ulughrats asks the youngest Illdonoad, "May I go under your arch?"
"If you can go over it first then you may go under it," replies the Illdonoad, the other Illdonoad laugh.
Ulughrats sits down and thinks. He looks at the arch. He thinks about the arch. He thinks about drinking water. He thinks about drinking alcohol. He looks for alcohol. He finds water. He is thirsty. He looks at the arch.
"I could climb over the arch," Ulughrats says. "No, that is not crossing over it," he counters. He thinks. He is thirsty. He looks for something to drink. He finds water. He is thirsty. He thinks.
"I could throw a rope over it and climb the rope," he says.
oJkile ocah ulugAt, micmi boika nosibyE tu D akalimno ulamiam nosibyE tu D gica-kocib ditome akalimno.
xdAime akalimno ulugAt oD zzroE (Pzbal, Bicoy tozulylye tr) ulugAt, topilPko qacabage akalimno D ulugAt zucunaE akalimno D (to D to tr, trki) zninde akalimno.
ucunaE akalimno ulugAt, (tozogAmpe tr ti) qnoroE tu oD qnoroE (okoluPk Pmbida tr, ti) ulugAt, tu qobyne tu oD qnoroE (okoluPk ytaD tr, ti) ulugAt, boda niqhe tu oD qnoroE (enie boniJ ti) ulugAt.
zakvKile ulugAt akalimno, ulyluku kaone tu.
zakvKile akalimno ulugAts, kocib ulde akalimno. ucunaE akalimno ulugAt, (zocame ti, ocah qadAkame iknun ti noroE tu oP toRynde ti tu, ocah ykr-qadAkame) oson ti.
qucunaE akalimno, (tozRynde tr tuPk) DPe tu D ildonw qolyfume ulugAt D (nynaDk, ocah dAkame iknun tr) DPe akalimno.
zayaE ulugAt akalimno, (dAkame twak-ocah ti, daki nyna) noroE ulugAt.
DPe (UfEDk Kaki tr) akalimno.
zninde (tiqhOnre, tiKakr UfE ti) ulugAt.
DPe (tiulyluyPk, BicoyPk) akalimno, (penlo-ulyluyPk tr, ti qakopame tr) noroE ulugAt. noroE (aksuJe ocah tr, ylun D okUn) akalimno, (to, ocah to dAkame oson) noroE ulugAt oD DPe (tiulyluyPk, BicoyPk) akalimno.
pilPE ulugAt, (zulyluEPk trzaodkr tr) DPe tu oD qnoroE (iY) akalimno, akalimno zayaE ulugAt. noroE (D trsaod okUnPk) ulugAt, akalimno ayaE ulugAt.
Ulughrats goes around the arch. There he finds a small bush and an Akalimno sleeping on a stone bench.
Ulughrats shakes the Akalimno while shouting, "It's day, don't sleep now!" The Akalimno wakes up, not happy, and looks at Ulughrats. "No! Not you. Not with me," they exclaim with certainty.
Ulughrats looks at the Akalimno. "I don't know you," he says. "Did you give me alcohol?" He is thirsty. "Did you give me rope?" He finds water. "If only I had something to drink," he says.
The Akalimno pushes Ulughrats and lays down to sleep.
Ulughrats pushes the Akalimno back to sitting up on the bench. He looks at the Akalimno and explains, "I need to cross under the arch but they won't let me unless I cross over it first."
"Who is not letting you?" the Akalimno asks, looking around. Ulughrats points at the Illdonoad. "Why do you need to go under the arch?" the Akalimno asks.
Ulughrats is shocked. "To get to the other side of the arch, that's why," he says.
"How did you get here?" the Akalimno asks.
"I walked, that is how I got here with you," Ulughrats declares.
"May I sleep now?" the Akalimno asks. "You can only sleep if you help me," Ulughrats explains. "Climb the arch, up and down," the Akalimno says. "That is not going over the arch," Ulughrats says. "May I sleep now?" the Akalimno asks.
Ulughrats becomes happy. "Do you sleep with your head?" he asks. "Yes," the Akalimno replies in shock. "And your head is down?" Ulughrats asks. The Akalimno is scared.
zaKafe ulugAt, akalimno qakvKile ulugAt. cvbe tubodakab ulugAt, tuoPob age tubodakab oD Khe ocah tubodakab, gicr-lah gica qKvbe ulugAt.byne ulugAt oD qaniqhe boniJ tu oD niqhe boda tu oD niqhe ytaD tu oD byne tu.
ulugAt, gica-lah sutuke tuiug oD UfE koyh-ocah ulugAt oD Kafe tuguUb tu, iug ylun oD qhOnre tuguUb tu, tuiug hOnre tu oD ocah qadAkame ulUs tu oD zaKvbe IIt tuiug tu.
kogAte ildonw ulugAt, (tiyle, trocah qadAkame oson ti) qnoroE ulugAt.
idae (to, ocah qadAkame iknun tr) ildonw.
DPe (tiosonPk olabUk) ulugAt, (iY) noroE ildonw oD DPe (olyfumePk olabUk tiiug) ulugAt, (iY) noroE ildonw oD DPe (tiosonPk olabUk, olabUk qolyfume tiiug) ulugAt, (iY) noroE ildonw oD DPe (tiosonPk olabUk, olabUk-lah daJe tiiug) ulugAt, (iY) noroE ildonw.
znoroE (olyfumu ocah tiiug oD zadaJu ocah-lah tiiug) ulugAt, (dAkamu oson ocah ti). pilPE ulugAt oD ene toculuniad ildonw oD akalimno ulylu.
minibe ulugAt, ocah qadAkame iknun tu D olabUk qolyfume tuiug oD niqhe Pmbida tu, oPob age Pmbida oD tobyne tu.
Ulughrats stands up and pulls the Akalimno with him. Ulughrats takes his hammer from his bag and attacks the arch with his hammer and takes two pieces of stone. He is thirsty. He looks for something to drink. He finds water. He finds rope. He is thirsty.
Ulughrats ties the stone pieces to his feet, goes to the middle of the arch, stands on his hands with his feet up. He walks on his hands, moving his feet and crosses through the archway. He then stands on his feet again.
Ulughrats approaches the Illdonoad and says, "I succeeded! I crossed over your arch."
"No, you crossed under it," the Illdonoad responds.
"Am I over the ground?" Ulughrats asks. "Yes," says the Illdonoad. "Are my feet pointing at the ground?" Ulughrats asks. "Yes," says the Illdonoad. "Am I over the ground when my feet point at the ground?" Ulughrats asks. "Yes," says the Illdonoad. "Am I over the ground when my feet touch part of the ground?" Ulughrats asks. "Yes," says the Illdonoad.
"My feet were pointing at the arch and touching part of the arch," Ulughrats declares, "I went over the arch." He is happy, the Illdonoad are confused and the Akalimno is tired.
Ulughrats leaves, crossing under the arch. His feet are pointing towards the ground. He finds alcohol in his bag. He is not thirsty.