Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Face by Jacqueline Nash

The Face The face in the mirror was etched with the lines of life, each one telling a tale, chiselled by the unpredictable winding path of time; telling stories of tears and laughter, despair, hope, sorrow, joy, love and hate. … Continue reading

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Wind Chimes by Jacqueline Nash

Wind Chimes Suspended from a branch below the jasmine, a pretty wind chime with metal rods hangs patiently waiting for the wind to force it into action, when once again it will play it’s haunting melody. The tinkling sounds so … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice by Jacqueline Nash

It is Summer Solstice (Midsummer’s day) on Sunday 21st June and this is my Summer Solstice poem. There is a micropoem which I have adapted from this original poem which you can find on Jacqueline C Nash Micropoetry. Summer Solstice … Continue reading

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Feeling Nostalgic by Jacqueline Nash

Feeling Nostalgic I was living in a surreal dream of innocence, looking to the future with wonderment, wondering where we were going. You a student, me working in Muswell Hill. I wore dresses that touched the ground, long skirts made … Continue reading

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