The power of words. And screams.
Hang on to that thought.
Eh, too bad that coyote didn’t scream text while falling.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA stroke of luck!
If only that worked in real life.
Reminiscent of “The Last Knit.” Original, 2006, 27.5 million views. One of my favs. If you haven’t seen it: https://youtu.be/M6ZjMWLqJvM
~ Reminiscent of, not taken from. ~
About giving extra in poetry.
There once was a man from Japan,
Whose verses would rhyme but not scan.
When his friends told him so,
He replied, “yes I know”,
But I like to put as many extra and superfluous syllables into the last line as I conceivably can.
“Non!”, Marcel Marceau
The only spoken word in Mel Brooks’s “Silent Movie”.
well, that was close. good thing he yelled Aaaaaaaaa, as he was falling. :D
We’re hanging on your every word, Horace.
Catch a falling “AAAAAAAA” and put it in your pocket, never never let it goooooooooooo
those must be Cliff Notes….!
I used to have a Siamese cat who liked to sit out on the end of a plywood plank extending from my balcony. It was counterweighted by a potted pine tree. One day he sauntered out, but I had moved the tree for cleaning. As the plank gave way, he was fast enough to run up onto the balcony before the plank fell. That was one fast cat.
Horace should have taken the elevator
Horace with much words
While Marceau has none to give
A vowel will do
Standing too close to the edge has its perils, Horace.
Whew! I’m glad he is safe.
when comics mimic real life!
I bet Wile E. Coyote wishes he’d thought of that.
July 31, 2015