A Trochee Ous Featuring Marilyn Little (circled) Music by Jon Brion, A Dream Upon Waking Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 22 responses to A Trochee Ous mikesteeden July 3, 2016 ‘Feet are classified first by number’…wish I’d thought of that. There is so very much I could with it had it been born of this dwindling brain! Nice one. Jessie Martinovic – Author July 3, 2016 Thanks Mike. Feet comparisons are seemingly endless! Hariod Brawn July 3, 2016 Aha, I needed to dig a bit to get your drift: “In poetic meter, a trochee is a metrical foot consisting of a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed one, in English, or a heavy syllable followed by a light one in Latin or Greek.” My favourite second was second number 39. Jessie Martinovic – Author July 3, 2016 Thanks for clearing things up for fellow watchers! Yes, my favourite word of all time 😀 Hariod Brawn July 3, 2016 Don’t tell me, your favourite singer/songwriter is Gordon Lightfoot! 🙂 Jessie Martinovic – Author July 4, 2016 I won’t tell you that my favourite singer/songwriter is Gordon Lightfoot, because I’ve never heard of the fellow until you just said ‘Don’t tell me, your favourite singer/songwriter is Gordon Lightfoot!’. However, light and foot together as a last name, couldn’t be any more splendid if anything tried to be more splendid. Care to post a song of Mr Lightfoot? Hariod Brawn July 4, 2016 It’s not on YouTube, but he did a marvellous collaboration with Miriam Lampshade-Toes in Cambridge during a Footlights revue. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Footlights Jessie Martinovic – Author July 7, 2016 I like how they are referred as an ‘amateur theatrical club’ not a proper, or highly skilled. Marissa Bergen July 3, 2016 Love your penchant for bold colors and the bizarre! Jessie Martinovic – Author July 3, 2016 Thanks Marissa, I often wonder if bizarre would be bizarre had it been made common? Marissa Bergen July 4, 2016 Definitely not. Think of something like tattoos and unnatural hair colors. Much more bizarre years ago! Jessie Martinovic – Author July 5, 2016 Yeah exactly shenandoahbreakdown July 3, 2016 ah, nice! Jessie Martinovic – Author July 3, 2016 Thanks Jose, glad you enjoyed it! shehannemoore July 20, 2016 Right my love, despite following you I ain’t got single notification of your posts from these wp swines. I did think the other day, Ou est Jessie. Now I go to catch up. Jessie Martinovic – Author July 22, 2016 Glad to have you back here wandering dearest Shey! shehannemoore July 22, 2016 Hell glad to be back. I suddenly thought one day Jessie is so quiet… So very quiet. And she just ain’t. xxxx Jessie Martinovic – Author July 23, 2016 hah! shehannemoore July 20, 2016 Some wonderful colors use and imagery her my darling. Thank the everything that be that I came by. A Gordon Lightfoot song? I always loved If you could my mind Jessie Martinovic – Author July 22, 2016 Thank you so much. This took a really long time to make, and the persistent music sent me awol (not even sure if that’s how you spell the word I am after). shehannemoore July 22, 2016 Maybe you mean apol..like up the pole. I often there. I can see your work is not just flung out there that it takes time and I remember what you said re any writing. But these things are what makes your work worth seeing x Jessie Martinovic – Author July 23, 2016 Thanks Shey 🙂 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.