Author Archives: Veronica Aldous
I misheard a word they used It clung to me like stale smoke ‘Weary of the sky and of love’ They bragged and boozed In the small clean town Below Zugspitze Their black broth was the finest High days their … Continue reading
Artwork copyright Veronica Aldous Woman with strange Implement- Handprint on linen with stitch collage Politickle Hester trapped by the prevalent hegemony Stitched an apron to her thighs, turned Lamia The things that we do to escape the flies! Ran a … Continue reading
The Stupidity of Zig and Zog The steps are strung with snares of spiders Hitting me square in the gob as I charge Into their razor wire Warlords tremble with anger As a giantess marmalizes the infantry I shall … Continue reading
My Etsy Shop Lots of paintings on here. I only have originals to sell from as little as £15.
Since it is all nails now Hawks beaks and burrs And you are dead as flint Dead as a cracked bronze bell At the bottom of the ocean I have devised a system for limping Arcane and powerful The gait … Continue reading
Mrs Magritte I speak inoffensive metaphors Till my tongue aches and ossifies I am allowed to ride side saddle Though your panelled demesne Wipe little ink spots from china Look at pots of potatoes boiling And gollygosh the … Continue reading