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Full Fathom I am not one of many; I am one who knew The volutes of your labyrinth A sliding hand on the inner skin The wall where pain had snagged And wrought its patterns now overlaid With sorrow’s bark; … Continue reading
The NotSo Stranger I am tasting you from afar Touching your worn coatsleeves Thrusting my ghosthands in your pockets This is a healing with cold dark apples Rolling from the thorny branches Pitting the snow with blue shadows The bed sheets … Continue reading
Musician I made you sing Words as black As lapwings On the frozen weald. Veronica Aldous 2016 all rights reserved, art and poem.
They cut through the hillside revealing the light.They found me with my coat sleeves fraying in soft threads. Velvet eyed in the twilight, as stunned a moonstruck doe! With the door hanging on its hinges as though it no longer … Continue reading
Tidal Harbours are where we hide our eyes A mutual love of grey green sea Legs stretched out, brick wall behind We survey the differences How your hands seem less sure How some silence is an alembic I weigh up a resentful … Continue reading