Monthly Archives: November 2015

Taking a Break

Just to let you all know that because I have so much going on at the moment, I am taking a break from blogging and tweeting until the New Year, when hopefully I will be back in force. I would … Continue reading

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Nymph by Jacqueline Nash

Nymph You’ll find her in the mountains, you’ll find her by the sea, in woodlands & in meadows her spirit wanders free.

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Autumn Rain by Jacqueline Nash

Autumn Rain A wet dismal day, early autumn rain sprinkles raindrops from a grey sky, washing remnants of summer away.

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Trapped by Jacqueline Nash

Trapped You dig in your claws; vermilion tears run down my back, drip to the floor. As I try to walk away, your grip tightens all the more.

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Climbing the Hill by Jacqueline Nash

Climbing the Hill Stepping into the light of a new day Stark realities stare me in the face Showing yet another hill to climb as well as my shadow to chase

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November Sun by Jacqueline Nash

November Sun Mid November sun shines down on everyone, reminding us of Spring and Summer days to come.

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Autumn by Jacqueline Nash

Autumn Autumn disrobes the trees with ease, exposing limbs for all to see, golden leaves bedeck the grass, landscapes’ ever changing scenery.

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