15 thoughts on “Mountains majesty

    1. When reading Dr. Seuss to little kids, outloud, one must be actor, performer, enunciator, sayer of silly things! When reading Dr. Seuss to oneself–quietly, inwardly, not aloud—the same emphasis and enthusiasm is used to really enjoy the work! My word for that–right or wrong–is “intonation.” Humor me please… 😉

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    1. I misuse the word intonation to mean the internal reading of a poem or whatever to one’s self inside the head. I thought it meant silently sounding out a line or phrase in its intended form or metre. What am I thinking of?

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      1. no, its just the wrong meaning. Either I have the wrong word or I made it up. I kind of like it actually… (silently whispering in metre and rhyme instead of just skim-reading without emphasis.)

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