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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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The Face by Jacqueline Nash

The Face The face in the mirror was etched with the lines of life, each one telling a tale, chiselled by the unpredictable winding path of time; telling stories of tears and laughter, despair, hope, sorrow, joy, love and hate. … Continue reading

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No Visitors Today by Jacqueline Nash

No Visitors Today Old bones creaking, joints stiff and aching, she tries to smile but her heart is breaking. No visitors today, hours tick by slowly, she sits in her chair feeling painfully lonely. Another cup of tea with a … Continue reading

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