The Word Made Flesh
From Mary Oliver’s poem “The Summer Day,” my first tattoo is a reminder of what’s important.  Finished with Albert Mucha’s moths, hybridized with bee antennae.  By Jamie Zeff (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Zeffs-Tattoo-Parlor/131634753531675).

From Mary Oliver’s poem “The Summer Day,” my first tattoo is a reminder of what’s important.  Finished with Albert Mucha’s moths, hybridized with bee antennae.  By Jamie Zeff (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Zeffs-Tattoo-Parlor/131634753531675).

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