Accent always falls on first syllable; make the h before r and n a
strongly-breathed sound; ch in the pronunciation equivalent indicates
the sound of ch in Bach or Scottish loch. The sounds indicated by -aya-
and -ayo- are single syllables, somewhat like the vowel-sounds in
"yeah" and "hail." For a pronunciation guide to a short passage at the
beginning of the poem, see Hieatt 140-42.