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Two veiled inquisitives visiting the venial naturally we dissembled it is unseemly to go naked this side of Eden and being strangers even to ourselves we constantly covered up at twilight armoured as a pangolin that sly secrecy of intrigue on fixed faces and… Continue Reading “Poseurs”

Paranoid poem

We see faces everywhere, literally and figuratively – it can be fun but I recall as a very small child being shy of a stranger’s gaze. to the point of having to hide. Taken from the Wellcome exhibition I constructed this diptych and the following lines ensued, in… Continue Reading “Paranoid poem”