Procession


Time is without compassion and remorse it marches on in an endless procession creating unlimited variations on a theme, but when the prototype is corrupt, the lineage follows. Ask yourself this before granting a second chance why has evolution never given that chance to an extinct species. There is no future in bringing back fallen monsters.- Mark Humes, The Book Of Lost Verses: Book 9
"Procession " is digital abstract art created by Mark Humes using a color palette of green, blue, cyan, yellow, red and purple depicting a central slanting totem showing the evolution of evil ruling bloodline surrounded by a fluid environment that bares cryptic images of the court that lay in wait and act as a guard.
Artist description: "Procession " is digital abstract art created by Mark Humes using a color palette of green, blue, cyan, yellow, red and purple depicting a central slanting totem showing the evolution of evil ruling bloodline surrounded by a fluid environment that bares cryptic images of the court that lay in wait and act as a guard.


 My mind cycled as I began to create.

I was grasping at an obsession with the scaffolding of life.

A single from appears then develops.
Variations on a theme to its extreme limits but never a reinvention.

I focused on the enigma.
In nature when a species meets extinction, it never comes into creation again yet in the human mind failed ideas and strategies keep coming back like revenant spirits.

Over and over the cry sounds, it will be different this time.
Seldom is heard the words of the ancients.
A corrupt vine bares corrupt fruit.

Evolution, bloodline, and lineage clearly expressed.
There are no mistakes in procession.
Normalized evil does not become good.

When the monsters fall, don't bring them back.
Humans can never rule evil they can only be conquered by it.

This work of art will be a feature in my soon to be released book, The Book Of Lost Verses: Book 9 that has a tentative release date of November 2018 and is currently available as a print at Mark Humes Gallery.

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