Pseudoglyphs for Kala

I adapted the Pseudoglyphs for Kala.

The consonants are rotated to indicate vowels.

/e/ or /i/ is understood through context.

/k/, /m/, and /n/ can be marked as stand alone consonants.

A few of the glyphs represent syllables that do not occur in Kala so are used instead to represent common grammatical words or affixes.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

kua tlana tsiya ma’a katsi ma kueli itlo nasa
all human free with dignity and rights equal born
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.

kam tlitsi ma toya yoha ma kanku ma’a tsaku te takun ketahe
3PL reasoning and conscience possess and 3PL.RECP with idea of brotherhood behave.NEC
They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.