Pronounce. Pronounce…Pronounce? What do I do with pronounce? The obvious comes to mind, but I’m not sure I feel like writing the obvious today. Given what is going on in my life with volunteering, I find myself talking to many different people in NYC on the phone, and I sometimes get caught off-guard when I think that I’m being very clear, but I get a swift reminder that maybe I am not, and how important communication is. That’s the obvious. Now for the not so obvious thing to write about.
What do all of these words have in common?
They all are a part of,
How I define pronunciation.
How does the voice sound?
What color would you associate the tone with?
Speaking and singing both contain music.
How you pronounce something,
Has a certain music to it.
A certain tone.
Can you hear exactly how the word is pronounced?
Can you hear every part of the word?
How does it sound when each syllable is combined?
Can you feel the warmth in someone’s voice?
Or is it gravelly?
How do those two,
Effect the sound.
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Wow! I have learned a new word today. I did not know what infrangible meant until this ragtag prompt and I think that the word is beyond fitting for today. As the microscope on NYC gets more focused and life becomes more tough as the days go just living here, I think this word is extremely important for not only NY’ers, but around the world. As the newer cases are showing, none of us are untouchable. The best we can do is be diligent, strong, and keep our distance from one another. I also find that the entertainment world has seriously stepped up to help keep the world laughing, singing, and happy as much as is humanly possible during this time. I could not be more appreciative of that, as life here becomes more stressful. BUT…here’s to the heroes and the helpers. They are trying tirelessly to heal the world, and they deserve the world in return.
We must be unbreakable.
Our spirit must soar,
So high that we are like the moon,
Throughout the darkest of times.
Look up to the sky.
And send love,
To all of those on the front lines,
Who are fighting for us.
We are forever thankful.
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