Jacqueline C Nash
I have written a novel and many poems as yet unpublished, possibly that will come in time, but presently I write purely for enjoyment. I am inspired by nature but my poems cover a whole range of subjects.
I first became aware of micropoetry when I joined Twitter in July 2014, and before I knew it, I was hooked. I found it quite challenging to write something that was meaningful and that actually made sense with only a few words.
Micropoetry is a short form of poem which has become popularised on Twitter, as it has to be within the 140 characters allowed for a Tweet. As an art form there are no fixed rules. All of my micropoems posted are archived into three categories so they can be easily found; Other, Love and Nature.
I already had a WordPress Blog called Jacqueline C Nash Poems before I started to write micropoems. Initially, after writing a micropoem on Twitter, I would put it directly into a seperate archive for micropoetry on that blog. Eventually, I decided to have a separate blog purely for micropoetry. Some of my micropoems come from poems written on my other blog or vice versa.
I love to get feedback, so any comments would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy reading the micropoems.
Please visit my other WordPress blog Jacqueline C Nash Poems here: http://jacquelinenashpoetry.wordpress.com/
You can also find me on my Facebook page Jacqueline C Nash Poems here: https://www.facebook.com/jacqueline.nash.poet
You can also follow me on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/JacquelineCNash
You can also join me on google+ here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/116506150745864902806/posts
Why not listen to some of my poetry on SoundCloud here: https://soundcloud.com/jacqueline-c-nash/tracks
This was my first post on this Micropoetry Blog and the photograph was taken by myself.
Mushrooms – Jacqueline Nash
Decaying tree trunk, skin peeling,
life bursting through crevices
wearing conical hats
on slender bodies.