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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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Drought by Jacqueline Nash

Drought The searing heat of the hot summer sun shines down unforgivingly upon the baked earth. Pervading stillness hangs like a heavy veil around us. The heat slowing each and every living thing. Flowers and shrubs begin to wilt, moisture … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice by Jacqueline Nash

It is Summer Solstice (Midsummer’s day) on Sunday 21st June and this is my Summer Solstice poem. There is a micropoem which I have adapted from this original poem which you can find on Jacqueline C Nash Micropoetry. Summer Solstice … Continue reading

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Summer is Over by Jacqueline Nash

The smell of Autumn is in the air and the temperature has definitely dropped. I think it is now fair to say that the Summer is over. ~ Summer is Over Summer is over, her warm days no longer to be found. Autumn … Continue reading

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