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pdizzle Says:
March 18th, 2005 at 9:51 pm
There is something both pleasantly vainglorious and yet selflessly gratifying sbout reading a poem aloud - and recording it - working on the words, reading and reciting, listening, wondering and carefully considering the right pitch, the right speed and tone and timbre. For as much as I like to hear my own voice, and even attempt interpretation, the more I read the poem, it itself instructs me how to read it, where to pasue and where to emphasize, how to articulate and communicate the words of the poet. The poem takes over and I am just a vessal, a very nobel vates vassale, bringing this words written by a stranger, meant for everyone and no one, to be both heard and overheard, brough to life one more time though my voice and breath, reshaping me and listener alike in the process.

And, it’s fun!'
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