Cemetery by Jacqueline Nash

Cemetery

I lay wild
flowers
on the grave
Although
I know
no-one
is there
Just a
meeting
place
of souls
To
 show we
remember
Show we
care

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2 Responses to Cemetery by Jacqueline Nash

  1. It does feel a lot like that, a meeting place to be remember, you said as it is! The art strangely reminds me so much of the cemetery where my parents are buried, amazing, what a lovely piece of art!

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  2. jcnashpoems says:

    Thank you Suzy. Sometimes it takes me longer to find what I feel is the right photo or painting than it does to write the poem itself. There is some amazing, easily accessible art out there and it’s a good way of promoting artists and photographers. 🙂

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