The only line that remains devoid of either in-line pauses or consonantal
and stress clashes is the first.
The first was the Sabaean or Sabaic consonantal
alphabet that came from the Arabian Peninsula to ancient Ethiopia around the area of modern Eritrea, and which was carried by settlers from southwest Arabia.
Consider the careful lineation and consonantal
pleasures of the short poem "On Silence, Briefly" (War 57), a poem dedicated to Barry Moser, the cover artist for these four books.
Sendo assim, o apagamento da vogal diante da liquida favorece a formacao de um grupo consonantal
bem-formado: oculos > oclus, musculo > musclo, arvore > arvre, abobora > abobra.
The last segment of the perfective is dropped if consonantal
and replaced by -s to form past tense (cf.
Trevor Nunn caught the play's tone in his landmark RSC production (1967), and had this to say of the rehearsals: 'the language is brittle and flinty and sharp and jagged and consonantal
A possible explanation for this apparent regression is the emergence of a productive schema for the so-called consonantal
Jacobson claims that in all known languages, the apparent complexity and variety of phonemes is no more than the elaboration of a more simple system common to all of them, which consists of twelve oppositions between such features as vocalic and non-vocalic, consonantal
, voiced and voiceless, tense and lax and so on.
Her sound ranges from the musical playfulness of a piece like 'Angles" (with its fractured words, percussive finale, and references to musical terms) to daily journal pieces like the "Sky Scrapers" sequence (luxuriating in Lancashire diphthongs, speech rhythms, thick consonantal
clusters, and slowed syllables) to the intense, sensuous, and political articulations of Interregnum and Escafeld Hangings that grab us by the neck and rattle our bones.
As these two lines in the opening section, "Cosmography," indicate: "False vocalization of the consonantal
text"; "What kind of listening is it" (1998 a, 9, 10).
His imagination centers in the earth, not in the sky, so he's a chthonic rather than a transcendent poet, and much of the considerable attraction of his verse derives from its tactile, material imagery, consonantal
flavor, and furrowed rhythms.
SK: --staking my garden down, those hard consonantal