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Rubaiyat LXIV.

Yesterday This Day's Madness did prepare;
To-morrow's Silence, Triumph, or Despair:
Drink! for you know not whence you came, nor why:
Drink! for you know not why you go, nor where.
- Umar Khayyam (1021-1122 AD)


A diptych taken from my latest project, consisting of 24 tarot cards produced with photo manipulation and collagework featured at

This consists of two cards which I dedicate to Lim Jiang-Wei who passed away on 24th July 2005: two images depicting Death & Judgement (Awakening of the Dead)
Here they are combined into one single deviation, and clicking on the links above allows you to view the poetry that I wrote after each card.

Picture credits:

>Q Woman with clock by /
>Q Skull furnished by
>Q Silhouette by
>Q Flame brushes by
>Q Author/Artist's notes:

Since it's too much of a hassle trying to hunt down the whole list of characters, I will provide only the accounts of my suppliers whose stocks can be identified from the foreground:



Information on Lim Jiang-Wei (1984-2005) can be found in the HYWR noticeboard and an article in
The State News.
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Kittyd-Stock Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2005  Student Photographer
Very interesting, it reminds me of the paintings of Bosh. Great work. :clap:
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Blademaster-Jarmen Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2005   Writer
Bosch? :oops: how?
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Kittyd-Stock Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2005  Student Photographer
The almost surrealistic composition and the people on the river reminded me of him. :)
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