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The framed Peacock canvas print is formed using quotes about these colourful birds.

Material: Print is on a high quality 360gsm canvas, stretched across a 3cm frame ready to hang.
Delivery: 5-10 business days from receiving payment

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The words used to form this artwork are: 

  • The pride of the peacock is the glory of God.
  • Genius and virtue are to be more often found clothed in gray than in peacock bright.
  • Dream tonight of peacock tails, Diamond fields and spouter whales. Ills are many, blessing few, But dreams tonight will shelter you.
  • I do not believe that any peacock envies another peacock his tail, because every peacock is persuaded that his own tail is the finest in the world. The consequence of this is that peacocks are peaceable birds.
  • It dances today, my heart, like a peacock it dances, it dances. It sports a mosaic of passions like a peacock’s tail, It soars to the sky with delight, it quests, oh wildly, it dances today, my heart, like a peacock it dances.
  • The sparrow is sorry for the peacock at the burden of its tail.
  • Be a peacock in a world full of ducks.
  • I heard them cry the peacocks. Was it a cry against the twilight Or against the leaves themselves Turning in the wind , Turning as the flames Turned in the fire , Turning as the tails of the peacocks Turned in the loud fire, Loud as the hemlocks Full of the cry of the peacocks? Or was it a cry against the hemlocks?
  • And there they placed a peacock in his pride, Before the damsel.
  • The tulip is, among flowers, what the peacock is among birds. A tulip lacks scent, a peacock has an unpleasant voice. The one takes pride in its garb, the other in its tail.
  • A peacock has too little in its head, too much in its tail.
  • For everything seemed resting on his nod, As they could read in all eyes. Now to them, Who were accustomed, as a sort of god, To see the sultan, rich in many a gem, like an imperial peacock stalk abroad, with all the pomp of power, it was a doubt how power could condescend to do without.
  • Fly pride, says the peacock: mistress, that you know.

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