poem of the day: Battery by Taqralik Patridge [Inuit spoken word and throat singing]

Battery

Taqralik Patridge

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 And Taqralik Patridge and Nina Segalowitz perform Inuit Throat Singing

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3 thoughts on “poem of the day: Battery by Taqralik Patridge [Inuit spoken word and throat singing]

  1. The throat singing is extraordinary – a dance as much as a song and very intimate. As if the whole person is singing rather than just the head.

    The Battery poem is intimate in a different way, a coolness suspended in pain.

    Where do you find all these interesting poems?

    • yeltnuh says:

      I’m glad you like them. Where? It’s all intuitive, with me. Yesterday, First Nations in Canada elected their “national” representative; that was where I began, but that’s the only part of my selection I can recall.

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