This photograph features two
of my Unicorns who were put in shadow by my candle oil burner.
The larger Unicorn was made by my sister-in-law. The other used to
have a bell-like stand, but unfortunately it was broken. I went to
a glass repairer, and he replaced it with a champagne flute. I do
have names for all my Unicorns, but for now that is still my secret.
This is my tame unicorn who is being adored by a "virgin". I believe
that those who can see Unicorns are pure in their heart and mind.
Oh, they have committed the odd sin here and there, but they know
right from wrong.
I don't know why this maiden made my Unicorn rampage. Perhaps she
was not true to herself, or to the one she truly loved.
I bought this tapestry at Chateau Chenonceau. I blacked out part of
the fence because I could not bear the thought of a Unicorn being
caged in. Unicorns seemed to be abound in France at one stage. There
are the Tapestries featuring La Dame á la Licorne from the Musée des
Thermes in Paris on the next page.
This is a mounted picture that was given to me. It's quite adorable,
especially when you closely examine what each unicorn is doing. The
male is in full glory, while the mothers stay close to their young
ones, displaying delightful maternal relationships.
This is my tiniest Unicorn, although funnily enough it is the biggest
in the collage at the top of the page. I don't think that you can
see the Crystal beneathe its hooves in full glory. This was also
a present and I love it dearly. It could do with a clean however.
This is my latest Unicorn.This
Unicorn will be very Powerful and Special and will protect everyone
in my Home, wherever that may be.