Tag Archives: Memories

Innocence by Jacqueline Nash

As summer is more or less over I thought this poem would bring a little sunshine into the day and remind us of the glorious summers of childhood. Innocence I remember how the sun always shone in clear skies of blue, … Continue reading

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My Grandparent’s House – Jacqueline Nash

Childhood memories, for some they are good and for some they are bad. I am one of the fortunate ones. My memories of up until I was eleven years old are mostly good. My mother was part of a large family … Continue reading

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Haunting Memories by Jacqueline Nash

Haunting Memories I’m haunted by memories I thought long dead. They stole a ride, travelling on the wind of time. Ghosts from the past managed to steal into my head, as I slept in my bed, unaware of their furtive … Continue reading

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