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“Morning” by Emily Dickinson

Will there really be a “Morning”?
Is there such a thing as “Day”?
Could I see it from the mountains
If I were as tall as they?

Has it feet like Water lilies?
Has it feathers like a Bird?
Is it brought from famous countries
Of which I have never heard?

Oh some Scholar! Oh some Sailor!
Oh some Wise Men from the skies!
Please to tell a little Pilgrim
Where the place called “Morning” lies!

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3 Responses to ““Morning” by Emily Dickinson”

  1. Andrea Hazbun

    Perla,
    ¿cómo practican la recitación con intención? Quiero decir, no es solo repetir, hay expresión. ¿Se lo explicastes de antemano?


  2. Hola Andrea:

    Primero es solo memorización, hasta que se sabe el poema muy bien sin fallar. Luego, empezamos a practicar todo los días diciéndolo despacio, y en la fase final, ya es “dramatizado” haciendo énfasis en algunas partes. El también pone de su parte y dice como debería hacerlo en tal o cual parte.
    En este momento tenemos otro poema aprendido, pero Octavio tiene un poco de gripe y asi no quedaría bien el video, quizás la próxima semana.

    Bye, bye


  3. Hi Perla,
    Octavio has gotten so big and I see he has also lost some teeth :)
    He’s come a long way since our days with the Doman method.
    I haven’t stopped by your blog in a while and am glad I did. His studies are coming along nicely and he’s so lucky to have a mother as dedicated to his education. I love the intonation in his voice as he recites the poem. Great job & GOD Bless….your friend, Alycia

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