"kasi suli (lili-->mute) li lon ala ma mi."
"kin jan utala li lon nena pi kasi suli"
"jan (li) kama tawa kasi suli ni (li) wile pakala e ona (li) wile kama jo e ona"
("jan wawa" or "jan") (li) "utala e ona (li) moli e ona"
This is a fun puzzle. I can tell you're using the story of jan Kikamesi and it seems the bars separate the subjects from the predicates (in effect 'li'). But in this way I read it as the energetic man is fighting and killing (him), when I think (based on the original text) the "him" is referring back to the energetic man and the jan is doing the killing, so I'm not sure how to do the reading of the bars. Did I get the order right? Is this also in reference to janKipo's "sitlelen linja en sitelen supa"?