Monthly Archives: May 2015

Mind Control by Jacqueline Nash

Mind Control Thought I could do anything Subliminal messages everywhere Mind control telling me I am free But in reality none of us are Advertisements

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Cotton Wool Clouds by Jacqueline Nash

Cotton Wool Clouds Clouds of cotton wool slowly glide by, beautiful under a deep blue sky, magical, drifting on high.

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Heart Break by Jacqueline Nash

Heart Break (POETHEME) Your eyes say it all there’s no mistake, they say that we’re over and I feel my heart break.

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Micropoem by Colin Taylor

colin taylor ‏ Her eyes Echoed The sadness Within her soul And tears Gently traced The scars Of broken dreams That lined her Face

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The Butter Test by Jacqueline Nash

The Butter Test We held buttercups under friends chins & asked Do You Like Butter? If there shone a golden glow, they did, & it always shone.

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Fairies by Jacqueline Nash

Fairies As a child I saw playful fairies in the garden having fun & wished I could fly with them to their land beyond the sun.

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Empty by Jacqueline Nash

Empty Now you’ve left me I feel so empty, a black void internally, desolation and misery, I am a mess full of emptiness.

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