Political Dragons

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How many more of your patriotic sins are you phoning in today?
Every jingo-loving bastard turns up to have their say
Right when I thought it was safe to come out from under this rock
Empress Julia and her team induce another bout of cringeworthy culture-shock
By a muddy river, rocked by the cars and Southern Comfort
Even the fish flee, the waterlogged filth spreads out
Dragon, rippling across a dark and troubled sky
Reflects my mind perfectly, small thoughts gurgling
As the huge ones flit by unheeded, to points unknown
Gorgeous, compelling lies stain our minds
Over and over, spin it up and make it LOUD
No relief from the heat of the day’s sad rhetoric
So, here be dragons, just… none to slay

 

Mar 13

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7 Responses to “Political Dragons”

  1. jvonbargen Says:

    Love it!

  2. Love it too! 🙂 I LOVE your artwork…it makes me totally regret that I have no artistic bones in my body.

    • Me either – photoshop is good… :))

      • Ha … well I’ve tried it. Doesn’t work the same for me as it does you. 🙂

        • The “chrome” filter is good… but on a layer – not the original material. It’s absolutely useless for “representative” stuff though – copy your main “thing” to a new layer. Go to the lowest layer and apply the chrome filter – then fade the upper layer GENTLY and see what you get.

          Another trick I use a bit is chrome – duplicate the chrome layer and then a “find edges filter” and again – fade the edges into the chrome

          And there – petal – endeth the lesson…

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