Hymns to Enchantments
"Hymns to Enchantments" - oil on paper, 22 x 30.
The wild god dances with your dog.
You dance with the sparrows.
A white stag pulls up a stool
And bellows hymns to enchantments.
A pelican leaps from chair to chair.
In the distance, warriors pour from their tombs.
Ancient gold grows like grass in the fields.
Everyone dreams the words to long-forgotten songs.
The hills echo and the grey stones ring
With laughter and madness and pain.
In the middle of the dance,
The house takes off from the ground.
Clouds climb through the windows;
Lightning pounds its fists on the table
And the moon leans in.
- from Sometimes a Wild God by Tom Hirons
This piece is sold unframed. It will be shipped rolled in a tube, carefully packaged in mostly repurposed shipping materials. Domestic shipping is free! International buyers please email for a shipping quote.
This item is an original work of art. Copyright owned by Lola Jovan.