From Words Without Borders, the website for international literature, a poem in a language you don’t often encounter:
The Dui Chalor
Dui Romany Chals were bitcheney,
Bitcheney pawdle the bori pawnee.
Plato for kawring,
Lasho for choring
The putsi of a bori rawnee.
And when they well’d to the wafu tem,
The tem that’s pawdle the bori pawnee,
Plato was nasho
Sig, but Lasho
Was lell’d for rom by a bori rawnee.
You cam to jin who that rawnie was,
‘Twas the rawnie from whom he chor’d the putsee:
The Chal had a black
And she slomm’d him pawdle the bori pawnee.
To see an English translation, go here.