each morning begins with covering everything.
after that, like clockwork,
appears in the sky.
last but not least, take over.
here you can roam and explore to your heart’s content.
what is is it that gives to the landscape?
as usual it is in this cause it would be who are nameless. but you quickly remedy that.
the large one, the female, you name the small one, the male, you name
as for why, that will be explained the marais is also a natural habitat for as you explore, you see evidence of the can you guess what animal this belongs to?
if it were you could flip this over and hop into the
part of your here at is to because there are hungry mouths to be fed explanations, definitions, and translations:
- la brume: the fog.
- un ballon rouge: a red balloon, otherwise known as the sun.
- les nuages: the clouds.
- le marais: the marshlands/wetlands.
- la vie: life.
- les animaux: the animals.
- deux chevaux: two horses.
- doucette: wild lamb’s lettuce, the name you give to the female horse
- pissenlit: dandelion, the name you give to the male horse
- plus tard: later
- les oiseaux: the birds
- cycle de la vie: the circle/cycle of life
- carcasse: carcass
- été: summer
- canoë: canoe
- estuaire: estuary, a transitional body of water where the freshwaters of rivers and streams flow into the open ocean.
- travail: work
- la ferme: the farm
- chercher la foin: collect hay
- soixante: sixty
- deux fois par jour: twice a day