Emyt by Milyamd

Translated by: Milyamd
Rokat elban ętov por-mośiuh. Otparboś-var'ątov ni virkinketboś-gutantǫtov.

Dezik ni daiveginśek rogỹtov saelbane sokiuh. Veginśek dyraptǫtovrak ni
iśśantǫtov, ynrek pylmet rurintǫtov elbantorek. Sapylmet rurintǫtov ni
kalrezętov, sav nuptątovrak ni terantǫtovrak. Mizan mukiś ętov porevoh. Samukiś
rerątov bolka-kahliśinak ni tankaltǫtov mizan. Vą dezik ni daiveginśek
nǫekkętov, yn nǫit satankal-solnįtov. Dezik teśarątov. 
Smooth translation:
There is living statue in a corner of house. It tells (narrates) a story and
hopes for pleasing.

A man and his little fox are sleeping near the statue. Little fox starts to wake
up and shouts because smoke is rising from the statue. The smoke is rising and
twisting, then becoming small and dissapearing. There is much snow on the big
house. The snow is smooth like apple skin and very beautyful. However, man and
little fox are the only ones, who see the beauty. The man laughs. 
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Glossary/mini dictionary
bolkat - apple                                                                  
-boś (suffix) - abstractive noun / gerund ending 

dai- (prefix) - 3rd person masculine possessive prefix
dezik - male, man, husband
dyraptǫ - to wake up 

-ek (suffix) - diminutive suffix
ekket - only
-et (suffix) - augmentative suffix
elban - statue, monument
ę - to exist, to be located 

gutantǫ - to hope 

iśśantǫ - to shout 

kahliś - skin, peel
kalrezę - to twist 

mizan - very, much, many
moś - corner
mukiś - snow 
-nak (suffix) - instructive/adverbial ending
ni - and
nǫ- (prefix) - plural prefix
nǫit - they. 3rd person plural personal pronoun
nuptat - small 

otparboś - story 

por - house, home
pylmet - smoke, smog 

-rak (suffix) - perfective/inchoative ending
-rek (suffix) - ablative ending
rerat - smooth
rokat - alive, living
rogỹ - to sleep
rurintǫ - to go up, to rise 

sa- (prefix) - definite prefix
sav - then
soki - near space, vicinity, neighbourhood
solnį - to see 

tankal - beauty
terantǫ - to vanish, dissapear
teśarą - to laugh
-tov (suffix) - 3rd person present tense ending 

-uh (suffix) - inessive ending 

var'ą - to narrate
vą - but, however
vegiś - fox
virkinket - pleasing
-voh (suffix) - adessive ending 

yn - that (relative conjunction)
ynrek - because
Grammar notes
Emyt is highly synthetic language, using S O-V syntax. Some suffixes require
previous consonant mutation, e.g. vegiś + -ek -> veginśek.

The most important cases in declension are genitive, possessive and verbial

    Genitive is made from nominative by deleting final '-t' (only if root is
ending with '-at -et -it -ut -yt');

        N. elban, elbanet -> G. elban, elbane. 

    Possessive is made similar to genitive, but also by adding '-to' (if root is
ending with '-p -v -r -l -k'), changing '-ot -h' to '-oto -to' and changing '-ś
-j' to '-śi -zi';

        N. elban, elbanet -> P. elbanto, elbane. 

    Verbial form is made from possessive by changing final vowel to nasal and
changing '-śi -zi' to '-śę -zę';

        N. elban, elbanet -> V. elbantǫ, elbanę. 

As you see, in most cases nominative and genetive have the same form.

Genitive is used in relation/possession constructions and as direct object. I
should've admitted that genitive is placed before head noun or verb, and
connected with hyphen.

In the second sentence there are implied subjects (pro-dropping).