Monthly Archives: January 2015

Persona – Jacqueline Nash

Persona She was like a diamond, multifaceted, not a simple soul but highly complicated, confused about who she was meant to be her inner thoughts fighting constantly. Rising in the morning of each new day she wondered which face she … Continue reading

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Old Man Winter – Jacqueline Nash

Old Man Winter Old Man Winter lies in wait, to take us by surprise. Just when we thought we’d escaped his grip he appears before our eyes. With just one breath from his thin cruel lips our world is turned … Continue reading

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Flute – Jacqueline Nash

Flute I am mesmerised as he plays the flute the notes so pure and clear, they dance and prance within my brain enchanting to the ear. Like a flowing stream of crystal water splashing through my mind, cleansing any negative … Continue reading

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My New WordPress Blog

I have just created a new WordPress blog for micropoems only called Jacqueline C Nash Micropoetry. On this blog I shall be posting my own micropoems and also other selected micropoems that inspire and touch me from Twitter and of course, all poets … Continue reading

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The Beckoning – Jacqueline Nash

The Beckoning She gazed into the mirror clear and saw a face of yesteryear, the face she saw was not her own but was a face she had once known. The candle that flickered in the gloom shed an eerie … Continue reading

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