Category Archives: Poet

Gossip by Jacqueline Nash

Gossip The stars whisper to one another across the universe as the planets eavesdrop hoping for some gossip Advertisements

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Face by Jacqueline Nash

Face I thought I saw your face in the clouds, you smiled as if to say, “I’m sorry but I have to go”, then the breeze blew your face away.

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Freedom by Jacqueline Nash

This Micropoem is a shortened version taken from a poem on my Jacqueline C Nash Poetry Blog with the same title Freedom. Freedom Freedom What does it mean? Surely it does not exist for you & me It is an illusion A cruel … Continue reading

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Struggle by Jacqueline Nash

This micropoem is a mini version of a poem on my Jacqueline C Nash Poetry Blog called The Struggle. Struggle I feel my heart beating, know I must still be alive, breathing, although inside I am dying, so dead, so I … Continue reading

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