Monthly Archives: January 2016

Winter’s End by Jacqueline Nash

I am now on SoundCloud and this is my first attempt at narrating one of my own poems. This is slightly outside my comfort zone but I was determined to give it a go. It does seem to come through quite loud … Continue reading

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Update – Jacqueline C Nash Poetry

You may have noticed that I have changed the background and removed most of my photos and artwork from Jacqueline C. Nash Poetry. I believe that images can add interest and enhancement to the poems, but the problem is that I have been spending … Continue reading

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Goosebumps by Jacqueline Nash

Goosebumps Dark room. Cold morning light begins to peep furtively through the bedroom curtains, waking hiding shadows, forcing them into existence. Slowly, I rouse from a disturbed sleep, bad dreams already beginning to fade from memory. I sense your body … Continue reading

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Fired Clay by Jacqueline Nash

Fired Clay My head thrown on to the potters wheel, pressed, squeezed and pulled. We are malleable, our minds easily manipulated. Our pasts sculpture us; events beyond our control change us in subtle ways, mould us into who we become. … Continue reading

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Power Cut by Jacqueline Nash

Power Cut Her magnetism pulls at them, her attraction so powerful, the force so strong they cannot resist, they are helpless, for she is electric. So charged, sparks flying, they fail to notice as she insidiously seeks an open wound, where … Continue reading

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