Poetry Reading at Bahandi

There'll be a poetry reading at Bahandi on July 6, 2006.

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Here's what I got from Beverly Siy (bebang_ej@yahoo.com)

tumutulo, tumutula

ikatlong gabi ng tula sa bahandi july 6 nakpil cor
agoncillo sts, malate, manila, sa likod ng pwu. 7pm.
magdala ng mga tulang tungkol sa ulan.

The Third Evening of poetry will be held at Bahandi (Nakpil corner Agoncillo Streets in Malate, Manila), behind the Philippine Women's University, at 7:00 in the evening. Bring poems about the rain.

Tumutulo is the Tagalog word for "dripping", while tumutula means "reading/reciting poetry."

Here are some tips from How To Read a Poem Out Loud by former Poet Laureate Billy Collins:

  1. Read slowly.
  2. Read in a relaxed, normal manner.
  3. Pause where there is a punctuation mark, not at the end of every line.
  4. Get your pronunciation right; use a dictionary.

[ First posted on 07/05/2006 by Manuel Viloria ]

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