Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Reaper by Jacqueline Nash

The Reaper The reaper lurks in shadows his sharpened scythe a wielding for he has come to steal the souls from those whose time is ending.

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Departing Dreams by Jacqueline Nash

Departing Dreams When dreams don’t transpire they linger a while tease & deride tug at your heart tear you apart darken the soul then depart

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Sanctuary by Jacqueline Nash

Sanctuary Seasons come & go making changes to this place of natural beauty. No matter what the time of year the garden is my sanctuary.

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Music by Jacqueline Nash

Music Lost in music, it’s primordial essence restores my troubled mind, as I float upon sound waves in the air.

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Dark Clouds by Jacqueline Nash

Dark Clouds Dark clouds blown across the sky by a bullying wind forcing them to cry, their tears fall with a sigh.

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Fragile Life by Jacqueline Nash

Fragile Life Life can change with a blink of an eye, it is so fragile, we must take care of the borrowed shell that houses our soul.

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Old Man Winter by Jacqueline Nash

Old Man Winter Old Man Winter lifts his head & with a frosty stare, makes the snow begin to fall, ice crystals in the air.

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