The Seven Ravens by Arthur Rackham
Steve Neville. The Seven Ravens. 2005, Lino-cut.
One for sorrow, two for mirth, Three for a wedding, four for a birth, Five for silver, six for gold, Seven for a secret not to be told. Eight for heaven, nine for hell, And ten for the devil's own self
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Reminds me of Wylly Folk St. John's children's book, "The Secret of the Seven Crows," which made particularly good use of a variant on this rhyme.
seems like this has to be a collage photo...its just such a perfect setting with the crow and the creepy house and the sky
Interesting, powerful, beautiful
One is for bad news; two is for mirth Three is a wedding; four is a birth Five is a journey; six is a thief...
I like the look of this
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Birds, thoughts, love the gothic feel. It's weird and cool to me.