The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
Lyk as the dum Solsequium, with cair ou’rcum……..
I notice this morning that its not possible to alter the inflection and give it a pejorative, emotive note at the start.
The rhythm forces you to let go from the start.
Lyk as the dum Solsequium, its a statement, observation, a thought or idea.
Where does it come from?
The opening of the poem sounds like something you have to listen and respond to, rather than to speak.
The words can tumble out of you’re mouth but are not produced internally.
An attractive quality.
Demonstrating and making itself visible on the first breath.