Monthly Archives: October 2015

Halloween Retrieval by Jacqueline Nash

Halloween Retrieval Her heart ached, she missed him so, he was her life, her pastures green. She could not bare to let him go, so made her plans for Halloween. She wandered through the swirling mist, along the winding, muddy … Continue reading

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Doormat by Jacqueline Nash

Doormat Thinking he might not turn up just the same She plays the game tosses a coin will he won’t he Waiting dressed in her best every hair in place painted face checks the window is he isn’t he Caring far … Continue reading

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Autumn Dance by Jacqueline Nash

Autumn Dance The first of the fallen leaves dance wildly along the pavement, whipped into a frenzy by a mischievous wind. They make their own music with their rustling and bustling, swirling and twirling; orchestrated by the movement of the dry, crispy … Continue reading

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