Monthly Archives: January 2016

Words by Jacqueline Nash

Words Words, words fall from your mouth but I do not hear them any more, I’ve heard them all before, words, they are just words.

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Fragmenting by Jacqueline Nash

Fragmenting – Jacqueline Nash On the edge I falter Stop myself from falling Sensing I’m fragmenting Already broken Just a question of time before I fall into pieces

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Nonconformist by Jacqueline Nash

Nonconformist I’ll not bend nor run to the sound of the horn to fit in, conforming, I am who I am & will not join the bleating sheep blindly following.

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Trapped 2 by Jacqueline Nash

Trapped 2 The silken threads cling to me, contain me, immobilise me. I’m trapped in this web, unable to set myself free.

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Update – Jacqueline C Nash Micropoetry

You may have noticed that I have changed the background and removed most of my photos and artwork from Jacqueline C. Nash Poetry Micropoetry. I believe that images can add interest and enhancement to the micropoems, but the problem is that I have … Continue reading

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The Flautist by Jacqueline Nash

The Flautist The flautist wields an unusual power, his flute casts it’s magic spell leading me to a place of serenity, he does his job so well.

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Drowning by Jacqueline Nash

Drowning We are intricate, layer upon layer of contradictions, of emotions, droplets within oceans, we come up for air but slowly we drown.

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