Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sleep – Jacqueline Nash

Sleep When the day has been so very unkind, when I find I cannot give or take any more, all I want is to sink into the arms of the night, to be wrapped in it’s tender, dark, velvet embrace. … Continue reading

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The Party’s Over – Jacqueline Nash

The Party’s Over I know the party’s almost over, my shoes abandoned on the floor. I lay here in the quietness and know I’ll dance no more. Fancy dresses in the wardrobe awaiting parties to be worn, redundantly they hang … Continue reading

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Life’s Rich Tapestry – Jacqueline Nash

Life’s Rich Tapestry Sometimes I have to ask myself, just what is the point of it all. Life can be so challenging, life can be so very cruel. Just when everything is going fine and I think that all is … Continue reading

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I Cried – Jacqueline Nash

I wrote this some time ago after watching a television program that really moved and upset me. It is strange that when something upsets us, without realising it, we don’t get upset about that one particular thing but our minds go all … Continue reading

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The Continuum of Time – Jacqueline Nash

My poem today is about wondering what life would be like in the future. How would you like to see into the future or even travel into the future and to live there? Sometimes I think it would be really … Continue reading

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Work Day Blues – Jacqueline Nash

Today being a Monday, I thought that this poem would be a good one for my post. It’s a bit different to the poems I usually write, but I wanted to write one in the form of a Blues Song. This is … Continue reading

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Birds of Passage – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1807-1882 was an American poet who wrote the famous poems, The Song of Hiawatha and Evangeline. He mostly wrote lyric poems known for their musicality, although he did experiment with other forms of poetry such as hexameter and free … Continue reading

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