Birds, blackbeaks, cracked eying the minutes, that flee into Days Crossing the wind swept maze Crows from across borders drawn tallens full of Dawn waiting for somehow Blessing the now
The words are too small; any chance of a blow-up?
We've added a "View image at full size" link to view the original size of the image. Should be able to read the text that way.
Once the FULL SIZE image loads, it reverts to a smaller image (at least with my IE browser), I think its a SCREEN SIZE thing, you can go into Control Panel and make your Screen Settings for the pixels, to less, mine is more (1200? wide), it may have something to do with all that, but ONCE THE FULL THING IS LOADED, just RIGHT CLICK ON IT and SAVE AS (to your desktop), then double click on it on your desktop and view it that way. IT IS A VERY NICE CARTOON. My good friend Antonia Lamb (friend of Bob Gibson) said that all banjos tend to gravitate towards Mendocino village, so I am thinking of buying a banjo again. SO I LIKE THIS CARTOON ART. And it reminds me of E.A. Poes "The Raven". I like R CRUMB too. I grew up reading Zap and R Crumb products (R Crumb is my favorite), and I am an artist too. See my graphics at www.archure.net along with my music. Music for the New Millennium by ARCHURE reg tmrk www.archure.net
In IE when it loads the image will shrink to fit the IE page. Just hover your mouse over the image and wait for the controls to come up - in the lower right hand corner you will see a square with 4 diagonal arrows - click on that and the image will jump to its' full size. Have fun! What seems to be coming at you.............is coming from you. Capt. Jack Flanders
Great Art Work and lyrics. Ok you have to squint a bit but it looks great!!
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.......I was attracted to this so I immediately clicked it. Disappointed that I had trouble reading it. Hopefully the suggestions work.Thanks.
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I guess I prefer the original lyric Twenty degrees of solitude Twenty degrees in all to the Hunter rewrite: Here is a feast of solitude A Fiddler grim and tall AFAIK the boys never performed the rewritten lyrics. Favourite version - The Playboy Hour with Hugh Heffner always makes me smile :-)
If you go to the VIEW on top of page & text size to Largest, it looks perfect. I really dig the artwork. A bit haunting. I too prefer the original, but I guess that's because it's how I've always sung and heard it.
the Raven flies,under moonlit skies, the moon surrendering her luminous glow.The stars of night, that each shine with light , tear -drops shed from heaven on high the banjo player speaks through song, each string bringing us all closer to the dawn. Each string played,lifting us to that mysterious cloud of deep unknowing. A quiet solitude, deep within this dark night's endless ocean.
I prefer the original lyric Twenty degrees of solitude Twenty degrees in all