Tout lé mous i rant [...] zot i rant, zot i sor pu.
All the bees enter [...] they enter, they do not go out any more.
French: Toutes les abeilles entrent [...] elles entrent, elles ne sortent plus.
The informant explains how to catch a swarm of bees in a bag made of vakwa leaves. The creole word mous 'bee' is short for mous-a-myel < mouche à miel, the traditional word for 'bee' currently used in Northern France, which was later replaced by abeille.