The Djao'Mor'Terra Collective (fayanora) wrote,
The Djao'Mor'Terra Collective
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Voices

I slip into foreign accents at times, and/or use foreign words, apparently at random, though it happens more when I'm in a good mood. I find it easier to say "Danke" than "thank you," and easier to say "Adiosa" than "goodbye." (I know goodbye in Spanish is usually adios, but I say adiosa because adios means "go with God," but I'm neo-pagan, and adiosa means "go with Goddess.")

I'm also a Multiple, and two members of our collective have very distinct voices when they're in the front. Most of us are very quiet when we talk, so much so that we often have to talk loud enough that we feel like we're shouting to be heard. But Alex's normal speaking voice is much louder and harsher than our usual voice. And deeper too, because he's the only male in our collective.

Molly Elizabeth is a child (stuck at 7 years old), so her tones, word choices, talking speed, and pronunciation of words reflects that. I wouldn't call it a baby voice, but it definitely is distinctly child-like.

Oh wait, I almost forgot about a third member with a distinct voice: Pi. Pi's voice sounds almost like a Russian accent, and is very deep and resonant. Very masculine, but Pi is agender. (Meaning zee has no gender.)

And every one of these distinctive voices feels completely natural when it's being spoken.

This was cross-posted from https://fayanora.dreamwidth.org/1491021.html
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Tags: alex, molly elizabeth, multiplicity, pi
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