Our Most Notorious Attributes
She stood on the shore of the Nile like a passenger waiting for Charon. As the Chancellor of Opposites, it was her duty and privilege to watch over the Self-Mandlebrotting machine. Her music soothed the King of the Octophants, so the flooding would be mild this year. Radiation from the TV rings our eyes and we are content all through Slept-tember.
Pen on paper
8.5 x 11
In the collection of D and M Calkins