hey I should post this here
so, this is kawa, or "toki pona but it works like aUI if aUI didn't care about vowels". every word is a consonant, and you can put whatever vowels you want between consonants. you can "cheat" if you want and put /i/ after palatalized consonants and /u/ after labialized consonants and stuff like that. more common words correspond to sounds that are more common cross linguistically, so, for example, "pona" is /w/, but "esun" is /n̥/.
"ni li toki pona kepeken kalama mute. sina ken toki kepeken ona anu seme? mi pilin e ni: jan mute li ken ala."
/bjkwɳtʰʔ dvkɳhʈʰθ nʂpb sʔjvŋ/
[bajakawaɳatʰaʔa davakaɳahaʈʰaθa naʂapaba saʔajavaŋa]