I don’t know why
fly, in Cornish,
became something bigger;
things like this
are hard to figure,
even though ‘kelyonen’
is a great name,
it seems too grand
for a tiny little one,
it’s like calling an ant
(which it isn’t – it’s ‘moryonen’)
‘tykki Duw’ on the other hand,
is Cornish for butterfly,
and that makes me happy.
Isn’t it because flies are never alone, they come in a single scout, then you have multifly multiplied by the bazillion.
That might be a bit technical for me –
I shall take your words for it. Many thanks. G:)
Sorry, was a joke about the number of flies that turn up to a party – uninvited.
Ah! And fruit flies!
I think that bees and ants also work in this manner. G:)
Ah, but I like bees and I don’t mind if they make themselves at home in my garden. The others can bugger orf.
Hahahaha! Don’t hold back – say what you feel. G:)