Category Archives: Verse

Sophrosyne by Jacqueline Nash

I will be adding poems periodically but apologise for not being able to view and comment on your poems, etc as time is still very limited, re previous blog. This poem can be found on SoundCloud and on my Spoken … Continue reading

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Anaesthetised by Jacqueline Nash

The SoundCloud  and written versions of the poem Anaesthetised. ~ Anaesthetised I used to feel. It began so surreptitiously; the numbness. It began to creep all over me, encroaching, slowly spreading, finding it’s way beneath my skin. Imposing emotional paralysis, … Continue reading

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Elusive Magic by Jacqueline Nash

The SoundCloud and written versions of the poem Elusive Magic. ~ ~ Elusive Magic I thought the magic would always be there, everywhere, that I would always see the beauty, the enchantment, the charm in everything, but the magic seems to … Continue reading

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Echo by Jacqueline Nash

This is another attempt on SoundCloud of me narrating my poem Echo with a little bit of reverb. Again, it does come through quite loud so you might need to turn the sound down and the written version is below if … Continue reading

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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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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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