Thursday, October 13, 2011

Love After Death

To celebrate All Hallow's Grim, I decided to err on the side of dark romance. Having just celebrated my 3rd wedding anniversary to my favorite fella, I'm still feeling a wee bit mushy. What says love never dies better than two formerly living lovers being reunited in undeath? ;)

From The Crow, my favorite 'love story':

A building gets torched, all that is left is ashes. I used to think that was true about everything, families, friends, feelings. But now I know, that sometimes if love proves real, two people who are meant to be together, nothing can keep them apart.

If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them. Buildings burn, people die, but real love is forever.

You can visit our Wicked Hostess Magaly and all the other Grim partiers by visiting Pagan Culture.


  1. How spookalicious and romantical. I love it. You know of course that I collect Novios.....the Dia de Los Muertos married couples...This reminds me of that. Great always.
    How was you vacay? I bet you rocked Jersy...girl. Oma

  2. Love the ribs and throat bones showing through. Great pencil drawing! Oh and the Crow is an awsome movie!

  3. Before I even got to the wording of this post I recognized your hubby from the last pic you had of him ; )

  4. Awesome picture!!! Wonderful detail. I, too, love the "love in death" theme.

  5. I LOVE The Crow!!!
    Great Post :) very artistic!

  6. What a beautiful thought... and now that I know The Crow is one of your favorite stories too, I will like you even more.

    What a treat!

  7. Magaly, how could it not be? It's dark, romantic and Brandon Lee is sexy as hell! >:D

  8. Wonderful art, Danni. Wasn't The Crow awesome? True love in the highest sense. And such a tragedy for Brandon Lee. Hugs, Sweetie.

  9. Excellent sketch! Yep that's what I always say too, we can love forever, no one can take that away from us!


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