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||This and the other two trickster pictures were for a class assignment, illustrating a poem I wrote several years ago. Ballpoint pen sketches for the figures, background and colouring in photoshop.|
Silent and still stood the listening ghost.
Of his past deeds the trickster did boast.
When this business was finished, there began wordplay
in which prodigious talent they both did display.
Then each told of of tricks they had played in the past
and found each list equally vast.
There ensued many a contest
`til both were exhausted from the night's long jest.
So tired, they sat, the two side by side
and then in the trickster the ghost did confide.
Once it had been a young man who sought thrill
who happened one night on the ghost of Hob hill.
Their contest, as this one, had gone through the night,
and as now they'd sat, exhausted by morn's light.
|Tamh sculpture||The Trickster 1|
|Noel & Brigid||Am-Hathlinen|