Trying too hard to do well, you end up destroying everything.
Born in the first half of the 17th century, the Creole language is a mosaic of extraordinary richness. To amerindian legacies were added the dialects of French settlers, Black West African and later of Coolies from India or China. Creole proverbs, contrary to popular belief, are not the words of the past, "pawol an lontan tan" (words of the past) as they say in Martinique. The proverb is immortal, eternal, and necessary. As we say in Martinique, "Pa konnet Move" (It is bad not to know).
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Through having caressed her child, the macaque killed him.
It's not when you're hungry you have to start to cook your meal.
You should know exercise foresight and responsiveness.
In life it is one and the other.
Unity makes strength.
Under the earth, there is no fun.
We must take advantage of every day life offers us.
A house without children is a garden without flowers.
The children are the delight of parents.
A lick is a niche of wood hen (animal like termite)
A word can have terrible consequences.
A mother is a lidded bowl.
Any mother knows how to hide the defects of his children.
A Negro dead is a breadfruit more staying in the breadfruit tree.
The death of a person always benefits to another.
A single sheep gives scabies to a whole herd.
Only one item can rot a whole group.
A cut ear still has its duct.
The appearance of a person can be misleading.
After the party, we scratches his head.
The financial difficulties arise after the party: we must know saving before big spending.
Sure, not maybe!
There is a difference between what is safe and what is not certain.