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Ashes by Jacqueline Nash

Ashes I stand with bare feet amid the ashes, grey dust between my toes; in the colourless void that stretches out before me my body appears but a mere speck within it’s emptiness, trembling hands hang useless at my sides … 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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The Loss of You – Jacqueline Nash

This poem can be taken in two ways. Initially, I wrote it about a partner suddenly dying and having to deal with that news, of facing up to the reality of what has happened. It could also be read as … Continue reading

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