Jonah and the Whale

Greeting Cards


Joined July 2011

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  • 300gsm card with a satin finish
  • Supplied with kraft envelopes
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Artist's Description

1947 Cadillac, Canon 5D Mark 2, 24-105mm 1:4 lens, Photoshop CS5

•Jonah and the Whale• –a drive-by poem by Flyrod–

When that War was finally won and for home I did sail
I thought, “I’ll get a car that’s as big as a whale.”

It took a couple years just to save up the dough
It was time to live-it-up and let everybody know

Old Jonah’s back in town to raise a little hell
No more taking orders it was time to rebel

I drove from California up the coastal highway
Across the Golden Gate and the San Francisco Bay

With a buddy from the Navy who’s name was Skip
This was shaping up as a legendary trip

We picked up some gals on the road hitch hiking
Skip liked the redhead and the blond was to my liking

When I was dodging bullets on a beach in France
I thought I wouldn’t live to get this kind of chance

Those gals were feeling loose and putting on the squeeze
At sixty miles an hour they sure knew how to please

Roaring up the coastline on the blacktop trail
Times were looking good for Jonah and the Whale

Artwork Comments

  • flyrod
  • Ron Hannah
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  • Olivia Moore
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  • John Schneider
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  • barkeypf
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  • Monnie Ryan
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  • Rebecca Cozart
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  • Daniel Sawyer
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