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The Field…

Hello World,

Here’s another chance to the read the story of the field written by my father, that inspired my work ūüôā

I walked down to the field
That hides beyond our house

I often take our hedgehog
And sometimes take the mouse

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There’s tons of unwanted rubbish
That’s home to many rats

An old eccentric lady
Who looks after eight black cats

There’s a retired farmer
His friend a retired pig

A circus owner with a lion
Plus an elephant that’s too big

There is a tiny fish pond
That’s full of sharks and whales

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Two dromedary camels
Who like to swish their tales

There’s lots of awful insects
And giant dive bomb flies

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I enjoy the wildlife down the field
But I must stop telling lies

Written by Kevin O’Sullivan

The story of the Paper Bag

The Paper Bag

Paper Bag 1

I saw a boy in front of me, As I came to the cake shop

He took a dougnut out to eat, And let the bag just drop

Paper bag 2

The paper bag just sat there,¬†And wondered about his life…

Met an empty sweet packet, And asked her to be his wife

paper bag 3

The wedding was held at the local bin,A cardboard box came as a guest

A wrapper and a carton also attended, All dressed up to look their best

paper bag 4

The paper bag and sweet packet, Struggled with conditions in the street

paper bag 5

It had so many dangers,Like pedestrians hefty feet

paper bag 6

Some children came along one day, Collecting bottles, paper and tins

Took the bag and packet away, To fill up recycling bins

paper bag 7

The paper bag chatted to his wife ,And stayed very close beside her

They looked forward to a new life together, As a box of fertiliser

Written by Kevin O’Sullivan

Illustrated Katie O

My Art Guide eBooks now available from Birdtree Books

Hello world!

I have been very busy so far this year, bringing out new ranges and art and craft gifts, and gaining many new stockists! With the sun finally upon us I have also been providing services for all the outdoor weddings and parties that are happening this summer.

One of my favourite achievements of the year so far though is being a featured author, illustrator and eBook cover designer for Birdtree Books publishers.

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The Birdtree Books eBook store is amazing, with lots of free eBooks available to download. You can even find my own art guide amongst them!

I am proud to be able to provide artistic services to support this publishing company and you might just spot some of my drawing gracing the covers of eBooks near you!

With love,

Katie O x

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Last Night I dreamt Somebody loved me

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Most of you will know this work but not many know the story behind this portrait of a lonely soul.

From a time when trees touched the skies and the moon kept a watchful eye over the world; there lived a beast…

Many creatures inhabited this strange world but this was no ordinary creature, it was in the deep forest thousands of years ago where this soul first came to life.  With the force to rip a hole in the earth with one swoop the beast held such strength and power. However for all his might the beast suffered intensely from a great loneliness. Such a feeling swept over the beast like a vast plague, he was hopeless to it.

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The only escape he found from such pain was to dream, dream so deeply into the night of love and happiness, something he feared he would never attain. The beast fell into a deep sleep every night without fail, his tentacles reaching out in anticipation for love. But the world of dreams can be a cunning friend, for nobody warned the beast not to fall into the delusion created by this state and that you may begin to forget all truth and certainty.

That was indeed what the beast did, he no longer knew what it was to live. He had forgotten the forest, the sweet sight of the moon shining down on him. His strength was taken from him to feed the deception of which he will never wake from.