Monthly Archives: September 2014

If You Forget Me – Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda 1904 – 1973 was born Ricardo Eliezer Neftali Reyes y Basoalto. He adopted his pseudonym under which he would become famous when he was still in his early teens. He was born in southern Chile and had a fervent … Continue reading

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Voices in the Night by Jacqueline Nash

This poem is a little dark. I tried to put myself in the place of somebody who suddenly heard voices in their head in the dead of the night and tried to imagine how frightening it would be. Then, when the … Continue reading

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The Uninvited Guest by Jacqueline Nash

Steering completely away from the Autumn theme, here is another ghost poem. Hope you enjoy it. Do feel free to comment, share or like. ~ The Uninvited Guest When the moon is full and the stars shine bright and all is … Continue reading

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Summer is Over by Jacqueline Nash

The smell of Autumn is in the air and the temperature has definitely dropped. I think it is now fair to say that the Summer is over. ~ Summer is Over Summer is over, her warm days no longer to be found. Autumn … Continue reading

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Autumn Equinox by Jacqueline Nash

This year the Autumn Equinox occurs tomorrow, the 23rd September. I thought that today would be a good time to post my poem simply called ‘Autumn Equinox’. The photograph is from a local park taken yesterday. Autumn Equinox On this … Continue reading

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Forever Autumn – The Moody Blues

As Autumn is almost upon us I thought that I would put on these beautiful lyrics from a Moody Blues track called Forever Autumn. ~ Forever Autumn – The Moody Blues  The summer sun is fading as the year grows … Continue reading

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My Friend No-one Could See by Jacqueline Nash

I really enjoyed writing this poem, a little bit of fun. I hope you enjoy reading it. ~ My Friend No-one Could See I had a friend no-one could see but I saw her and she saw me. We’d sit … Continue reading

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Bitter for Sweet – Christina Rossetti

Christina Rossetti is probably best known for her poem Goblin Market, her love poem Remember and she also wrote the words of the Christmas carol – In the Bleak Midwinter. She was the daughter of Italian poet Gabrielle Rossetti and  sister to … Continue reading

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Changing with the Weather by Jacqueline Nash

Changing with the Weather When the sun shines brightly and brings a ray of hope your way, capture it firmly inside your heart and never let it stray. When the wind blows a gentle, tender kiss upon your cheek, let … Continue reading

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Me – Spike Milligan

The zany Spike Milligan, comedian, writer, musician, poet, playwright, soldier and actor was a troubled soul who suffered with bi-polar disorder and had many break downs. He wrote and edited many books as well as writing verse in the genre … Continue reading

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