An illustration to the brilliant story called “Thomas the Rhymer” by Paul Andruss
steel pen on a A3 Newton & Windsor paper
this is the fragment of text by Paul Andruss:
“He was amazed to see the beautiful lady was wrapped in the light and floating towards him.
“Happy thoughts are the thoughts of the many, while sad thoughts are yours alone,” she said in a voice like the tinkling of a thousand silver bells. “Do not choose to be alone, be at one with the one and think happy thoughts.”
A frog orchestra on the lily pads struck up a jolly tune and the beautiful lady sang.
“Hap, hap, happy thoughts; happy thoughts. Think about things you like to do. You’ve got to have your dreams for if you never dream. Then how you going to have your dreams come true?”