|A KWEYOL PALACE IN GUYABOIS?|
Just think for a moment that it was the Americans who owned our Kwéyòl as their native language. What would our Kweyol "bashers" think?
There are apparently at least two contending views about American(ized) English. One view is: American English is a “Kweyolised” version of Anglo-Saxon incorporating several dialects. Another view is, it is a “paradigm shift" from Anglo-Saxon to a simpler “rhotic” American language. In either case, it’s a matter of perception.
|CANOE BOATS LINING ON OUR SHOES|
|BURNING COALPOTS IN MORNE SION|
|STONES FOR A LIVING? TOUGH KWEYOL TRADITION|