let me speak it

These are the things you say when you are trying to gather information about something – let me see it; let me touch it; let me taste it; let me smell it; let me hear it.

Here’s another one: let me speak it.

Voice is sense, an organ of investigation, just like fingers, ears, tongue, eyes, nose. Voice brings you information not otherwise available to you.

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8 thoughts on “let me speak it

  1. This is why I, for one, was so happy to have you read my poem. Different voices teach us different things about our own words, which of course never are and never can be entirely our own.

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