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Im writing a novel in which one of my characters gives a gift

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I'm writing a novel in which one of my characters gives a gift of some pastry to a homeless man. The man is a Haitian refugee and I would like him to respond to her in Creole--

Can someone translate the following dialogue for me into Haitian Creole?

“Oh my good God on earth.” He is thrilled. “Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX God bless your soul.”
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Here is your Haitian Creole translation:

"Oh my good God on earth."=O Bondye mwen bon sou latè.

"Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX God bless your soul."=Mèsi, pitit fi. Bondye beni ou.

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