This drawing dates of 1989. It is called "Ani Ledodi", which in Hebrew means "I am my Beloved's", in the Shir haShirim (Song of Songs, 6:3). Ani Ledodi Vedodi Li, "I am my Beloved's and my Beloved is mine". I loved this poem since those times because it is simple, and a love story between two human beings and G'd and His people, in a more metaphysical sphere. I have used the Kabbalistic Tree of Life as a base here. Keter is being shown as what it is, "The Crown". Tiferet is the heart, "beauty" and a single rose. Finally, Malchut is the "Kingdom", the world where we live, a dark cave at the roots of the tree, where a single Star shines. There are other symbols too, but these things escape me nowadays. I like it as a drawing though, and part of my life.
To preserve it for my archives, I digitised it after taking a picture and added a background and frame, blended with the help of Photoshop. The lower flowers and the fonts in gold I have also added now, being the flowers part of an old painting and the fonts in an old style where I applied a gold(ish) tone and texture.
The original was made with Caran d'Ache coloured pencils on Fabriano's heavy watercolour paper, because I do enjoy its granulated, fabric-like texture.