Monthly Archives: July 2017

2.55AM

  Minotaurina – stitch on silk and monoprint- Veronica Aldous    2.55AM I was dreaming of a letter and  of red dye seeping When the lightning came with its cold supernal finger Snapping the bone of night So the room … Continue reading

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Lonely Hunter

  Lonely Hunter The lawnmower lasted longer than his wife Pushing it out over the day’s-eyes Reaping a harvest of wet chlorophyllic comfort On a skin rumpled by moles A house he had owned Only as far as the foundations … Continue reading

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On Writing

  On Writing Viveca in her white dress With cobalt embroidery Is nobody’s memory In her soft moss lined mules She walks as children walk Down the hot peeling street Of dusty pastel posters She was never anyone Drinking grenadine … Continue reading

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