Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Wizard by Jacqueline Nash

The Wizard The wizard conjured up a spell Thought that all was going well But he fell down to his knees When all the leaves fell from the trees

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Tainted by Jacqueline Nash

Tainted There’s a fire in my soul that burns An ache in my heart that yearns You are the only one for me But our love is tainted irrevocably

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Consolation by Jacqueline Nash

Consolation Let me kiss away your pain, let me stroke away your fears, let me hug away your sadness, let me dry your falling tears.

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Autumn Cloak by Jacqueline Nash

Autumn Cloak Mother Nature sheds her golden summer gown & enfolds herself in a cloak of many colours, after turning leaves to yellow, red & brown.

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Goodbye to Summer by Jacqueline Nash

Goodbye to Summer The door has been closed on summer, & autumn has stepped into her shoes, ready to spread her colours, from a palette of glorious hues.

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Lies by Jacqueline Nash

Lies She charmed you with her magic spell Lured you with her eyes Made you do things you cannot tell So instead you told me lies

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Autumn Leaves by Jacqueline Nash

Autumn Leaves Autumn leaves pirouette from the trees twirling gracefully in the breeze falling by degrees

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