on speaking

March 21, 2012 § Leave a comment

The quietness of the room swells with an unrelenting will and the voice that is hers becomes simultaneously alien and distant. Sounds form percussive patterns of meaning; intonations and dynamics their collective agreement. The voice, unowned now, is blended into the immediacy of experiencing.

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