Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Silent Scream by Jacqueline Nash

The Silent Scream No-one would know what’s going on inside, outside is so calm and serene, but beneath the skin my interior is shaking, my heart is continually palpitating, and in my head I silently scream. I’m asked to do this and … Continue reading

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Free Spirit by Jacqueline Nash

Free Spirit She was an open book nothing hidden, the text so easily read in every expression on her face, with every movement of her body. Such a gentle soul, a free spirit, a child of the universe, in touch … Continue reading

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Drought by Jacqueline Nash

Drought The searing heat of the hot summer sun shines down unforgivingly upon the baked earth. Pervading stillness hangs like a heavy veil around us. The heat slowing each and every living thing. Flowers and shrubs begin to wilt, moisture … Continue reading

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