The Lupanesque Script was invented by Vlad deNicolae Lupan as an alternative alphabet for Romanian, English and other languages. He was inspired to create this script after seeing the Georgian and Burmese alphabets.
The first line of letters are lower case, the second line are upper case.
It is a long way to the star
now appearing in the sky;
its light took many thousand years
to reach our eyes.
And, maybe, even, on its way
through space, blue, infinite,
it died, long before the light
could reach us
Two verses of a poem by Mihai Eminescu, translated by Roy MacGregor-Hastie
La steaua care-a răsărit
E-o cale-atât de lungă,
Că mii de ani i-au trebuit
Luminii să ne-ajungă.
Poate de mult s-a stins în drum
În depărtări albastre,
Iar raza ei abia acum
Luci vederii noastre.
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