Monthly Archives: January 2017

Fading by Jacqueline Nash

Fading Colourful threads slowly unravel, stitch by stitch they come undone, life’s tapestry is disappearing, memories fading, one by one. Scenes so beautifully embroidered through life’s journey to it’s peak, begin to vanish from the story, memories that play hide … Continue reading

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Addiction by Jacqueline Nash

Addiction The craving so strong, all dignity gone, every cell in her body cries out for more, the dopamine rush has taken control, it’s seduction she cannot ignore. This love affair is destined to go wrong, a relationship made in … Continue reading

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Eye Candy by Jacqueline Nash

Eye Candy You coloured me; the brushstrokes changing my pigment to your liking, shaping me with your palette knife into a form that pleased you, creating your masterpiece to exhibit for all to see. But you were unable to complete … Continue reading

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