Illustration Friday – Heavy
Illustration Friday has a challenge every week. This week is Heavy. I sure hope you like it!! Illustration Friday is a great way to showcase your work and a wonderful opportunity to meet lots of wonderful people! I encourage you to check it out! Lots of fun people and paintings!
Heavy, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
Heavy to carry
Heavy meaning dense …
These bubbles are dense
Oppressive and weighty
A little depressing
Heavy is a deep thought
Wow, heavy man!
Heavy a positive thought
Heavy a sad thought
Heavy, part of life.
This has been quite a couple of weeks … but I hope I will heal in time for my next Remicade treatment this Friday. One can’t take it when one has an infection because it suppresses the immune system … and I have had to put it off twice already … and I can’t go past 8 weeks without trouble and the medicine turning on me. But I think I will be ok now. I sure hope so .. I am still very tired.
~ Diane Clancy
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Curiously enough, I just went to a “Chemistry Magic” show given by my dad, & one of the tricks was sinking bubbles. (They were in a tank filled with dry ice.) So though your image is beautifully surreal, sometimes truth is as strange as fiction!
Hope all goes well with your own chemistry… & you feel better soon.
Glad you are feeling a little better, but maybe ‘Heavy’ is the wrong subject for you at the moment, but certainly inspired your poem. It is a beautifully surreal Daliesque image. Hope the improvement continues.
Rest up, Diane!!!
Love how those bubbles look so much like they are sitting there- perfect!
The heavy bubbles are sinking into the soil. That’s how heavy I am feeling right now. What a pessimistic thought that is. I am sure I will get over that quickly.
I wish you wellness and a successful treatment with the Remicade. You keep hanging in there, Diane. You are an example of endurance to me.
Hi Curious Art, that is so cool about the bubbles! Thank you for your good wishes!!
Hi Bev, glad you like it … and yes, I groaned when I saw the topic …
Hi Julie, Thank you so much!!
Hi Irene, Thank you for letting me know I am example for you … it helps me!