Tag Archives: Lost

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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Lost by Jacqueline Nash

Lost – Jacqueline Nash Where has she gone, my inner child, she no longer talks to me, although I sense she is there, somewhere. How I miss her innocence, her capacity to forgive, her capability to understand, to make allowances … Continue reading

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