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FutureStarrcrow tattoo forearm
Crow tattoos are eye-catching, beautiful, intriguing, rich in meaning, and they do know how to make a statement. With several meanings attached to crows, having a tattoo of one says a lot about your personality and perception of things. Dark Crow Tattoo by Dan of Black Crow Tattoo Aparajita Hieroglyphs for Tattooing Aparajitas
As a young person, I adored his works of poetry and short fiction, and could relate very much to his themes of loss, depression, and his generally bleak outlook on life. The crow became my friend — an old ally who reminded me to contemplate the state of my mental health, my fear of mortality, and my general fascination with all things macabre. It still excites me whenever I see or hear one, and I'm reminded once again to open my collection of Poe stories. Crows stand for many different things based on the person or culture. Here are just some of the things the crow has come to symbolize, giving many options for interpretation for your next tattoo.
It turns out that not everyone thinks the crow is so bad. The Chinese and Japanese myths portray crows as a loving symbol, and according to a Chinese legend about the three-legged crow (as told by Lloyd D. Graham for Academia.edu), they also represent the sun, as the crow in the story transforms into this celestial body. With this in mind, the crow can also mean destiny and transformation, as many tattoos show a murder of crows transforming from an object (like a tree) into their true form. (Source: www.bustle.com)
Crow tattoos frequently depict the crow with in flight with outspread wings to represent the bird’s abilities. Because it is large and black, it appears majestic and authoritative, a symbol of regality and power. The crow has a commanding presence and projects a bold and daring character that reveals similar qualities in the one who receives this tattoo. There are many ways to render the crow including geometrically, with tribal patterns, realistically, or animated. No matter how it is designed, the crow represents a fierce and daring spirit.
More generally, crows are often associated with magic and the occult, spending generations as a symbol of familiars among witches. Crows were believed to take on the dark spirit of a witch and fulfill her bidding. The bird is a wrecker of havoc and mischief in this way. To symbolize this, the crow tattoo may include imagery that represents the occult and witchcraft like a night sky, the moon, or more traditional objects like a witch’s hat or broomstick. In some designs, the crow is pictured with a third eye above the beak to convey a sense of higher and otherworldly power. (Source: www.tattooseo.com)