I wanted to show her as a dead corpse that uses a charm, so that she looks like a pretty woman when out of the water.
I've had some voices wondering about the swastikas on the rims of the guys shirt. So to make it clear. I have no connotations with any extreme right wing parties nor do I keep any nazi or racist oriented beliefs. Swastika has been used for hundreds of years in Poland, before Hitler stole it and spoilt it for everyone. The action of the image takes place in 9th or 10th century.
If you want to know more about swastikas just wiki it. There is a really broad and interesting article written about it.
And to quote Gollum: "Don't follow the lights!"
I spit coffee all over the table when I read this.
[najbardziej podobała mi się z prac w 1138, gratulacje wystawy w temacie świetne prace]
(Beware the Faerie Folk)
What do I have to do to get your permission (giving you full credits) to use the graphic of this art in my poetry book on heartbreak. Kindly respond firstname.lastname@example.org
It speaks to one of my poems:
Like a crocodile infested river
Her tantalising agenda loomed large
Scented heavily with hopeless aroma
Of promises that cannot be fulfilled
Contentious and wicked lies struggle
With shades of colours of shallow reason
Somersaulting on the gilt-edge of hope
Like the tail of an incestuous dream
I am doubly ensnared but not defiled
As I embrace the shadow not the essence
Of a night that gossips about sunshine
In the floating shadows of moonlight
I drank and savoured her sultry lies
But when the night bled into daybreak
And she treacherously tiptoed away
I remembered her like a bequeathed dream
9th April 2008; 10:17am
© Ayoola B. Oke