Once upon a taste-bud Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 13 responses to Once upon a taste-bud Hariod Brawn May 6, 2015 Lovely weird ending Jessie! Jessie Martinovic – Author May 6, 2015 The tomb stones are not far from teeth in the grass themselves H 🙂 Hariod Brawn May 6, 2015 The real teeth are there still, just beneath the surface. 😮 Jessie Martinovic – Author May 7, 2015 At least the dirt will fill their cavities for free 🙂 sonmi upon the Cloud May 6, 2015 Thank you for this my dear, I think it’s superb, and the Cloud agrees. It ‘fits’ sonmi and her Cloud well in more ways than you might know. The teeth are both disturbing and hypnotic, I particularly like the piece of funeral ribbon tied to the rusting fence, and the side-swiping of the cemetery at the end too. Nice choice of Thomas also. *beams* “When your mouth starts to water what will you do?” – write a poem of course *laughs*. Sweet tastes dribble onto the pages as inky icing. Yum n yup all in one. Thank you, tis a fine gift and shall be treated as such and re-blogged this very second. *smiles a wide one at her*. – sonmi fluttering in the wind upon the Cloud Jessie Martinovic – Author May 6, 2015 you know its an interesting juxtaposition of death and life. A wonderful celebration, rather than a gloomy place of exit. When I was walking through the cemetery, I felt nothing but peace and stillness, to be honest, the tombstones all lined up together reminded me off teeth in themselves. And everyone loves themselves a piece of mid-afternoon cake. I felt I connected with what little existed there in a mixture of batter, although licking the spoon would have been solely (get the pun?) left to me! An all round yay, good day and hip-hooray 😀 sonmi upon the Cloud May 7, 2015 I spent a great deal of my youth in the local cemetery, for just the reasons you have described. *smiles* I still enjoy being in them. – sonmi scarping the bowl as Jess licks the spoon upon the Cloud Jessie Martinovic – Author May 7, 2015 oh really, that’s interesting. As a kid, cemetery’s scared the heebie jeebies out of me! Jessie saying yum yum for tum tum Once upon a taste bud | Sonmi's Cloud May 6, 2015 […] of mine for the music – Thomas Newman. Here is the link to the original post – Once upon a taste bud. I’m thrilled with it. Thank you Jess beams a smile and more her […] sonmi upon the Cloud May 6, 2015 (There is no re-blog, so I have written a little and put a link to send people here). x – sonmi upon the Cloud Jessie Martinovic – Author May 6, 2015 oh thank you, what a lovely thing to wake up to 🙂 donzo442 May 6, 2015 Existentially postmodern with funk. I like it. Jessie Martinovic – Author May 6, 2015 what a funkalicious comment! thanking you kindly 🙂 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.