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As Jenny lay in an alcoholic coma and Polly - her energies undiminished - spread her many acquisitions across the loungeroom, I sat, mute and stunned. By the end of the day I'd drawn this ...
Sam, are you the tree? And forgive my ignorance, but who is Donald?
Great picture, Sam.It expresses the wishes for the season perfectly!And a very merry (belated and spooky) Christmas to you . . .
Hmmmn ... Am I the tree...? Well I didn't really intend any literal symbolic meaning, but now you come to mention it.... yes! You could be right! I am the tree!My body plagued by small frightened parasites, I decorate myself in a pathetic attempt to add cheer to my eerie surroundings ...Donald is my dearest friend, who told me I should draw more pictures and put them in my blog. He also tells me very tasty stories which he won't let me repeat ...
Thats an interesting reply Sam! I see you as the tree, the strength and sparkle in your loved ones lives, bravely warding off all sins and demons :) Some see the xmas tree as a symbol of the Cross? Now that beggers a whole new discussion.And I concur with Donald and Matt. I look forward to many more drawings.
Jenny draws well too.I went to an exhibition of her work, in St.Kilda a few years ago.The two of you certainly have the ability to produce publishable illustrated writing.Onward and Upward!
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