Jennifer Jones

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Deanna Davoli

This sketch is an illustration for a poem written by the fabulous dark fantasy author Philip Lee McCall II. He will have a book of his poetry published in 2010 with this sketch (& 3 others I have created). I will let everyone know when the book is available.Prints available on my website: www.ambient-arts.comYou can view Phil's blog at: http://blog.plmii.com/"Jennifer Jones"A girl named Jennifer JonesLoved to look at broken bonesNot in the manner of an archeologistMore in the method of an alchemistAmong the broken bits and shardsShe would see through the mysterious veilLike an old gypsy gazing upon tarot cardsShe would come to understand the future's taleNow being a girl just the age of twelveThere are those whom doubt her powerThey would say children should never delveIn the realm of supernatural and the midnight hourJennifer would consider no such thingFor she knows what the future might bringHer view goes beyond a single minuteShe could play the lottery and win itInstead, she often shakes her headHearing desperate voices of the deadShe sees our future to be greatly grimBecause we live our lives on a whimNo matter how many times she would throwThe broken bones to the floor below The future seemed unchangeable Humankind is also far from infallible A gift or perhaps a curseMaybe Jennifer suffers worseFor she can clearly seeOur inevitable future calamity~ Copyright 2009 - Philip Lee McCall II


Published More than a year ago

Category Mythology



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