Monthly Archives: June 2017

Babygod

  Babygod   He lit a match in the darkness This was not a good thing She knew to shut her eyes again Look sleeping still;  Babygod make him go Fly into bad dust! Warning whitebone smile She knowed He … Continue reading

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Small Fairground

Small Fairground Their voices peal a gamelan of tones Perhaps there is a paddling pool Wriggling toe-fish in rubbery water A too cold breeze… I only have these little sounds to play with A rockpool of reminders Where each sense … Continue reading

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Kumadori

Kumadori Toshiro licks his finger Perfects his brow One pink wet moment On a  snow white ground As a plum exudes resin He expects her to open A man cannot always be a god.   Veronica Aldous all rights reserved … Continue reading

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