Proverbe sur l’Absence/ Proverb on Being Absent

windy day
Herbes envahissantes / Weeds taking over

Quand les herbes envahissent une parcelle, c’est que le propriétaire est absent (Proverbe Bahumbu – République Démocratique du Congo (RDC)). Une fois parti, on ne pense plus à vous.

When weeds take over a parcel of land, that means that the owner is absent (Bahumbu proverb – Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)). – Once gone, nobody thinks about you anymore.

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