Illustration inspired from Albert Camus’ essay The Myth of Sisyphus.
An alternate, and perhaps a more subtle, approach to tobacco awareness as opposed to grotesque images of mouth cancer as seen on cigarette packs in India.
Atlas, scion of the Titans,
the bearer, the condemned,
stands in eternal pause at the edge of Gaia,
forever bearing the heavens on his shoulders.
Witch’s town witch’s town
Keep away from the witch’s town
A boiling pot and a raggedy crown
I smell trouble, I’m in the witch’s town
A smoking chimney and a mushroom gown
I ran for my life from the witch’s town
A gloomy lair, I the resident clown
No one leaves the witch’s town.