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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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Magic by Jacqueline Nash

Magic You took my hand as we walked on the sand The sea breeze blew through our hair Sun so bright shone golden light & there was magic in the air

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Pondering by Jacqueline Nash

Pondering Sitting beside the lake she watched the breeze play on it’s surface, ripples moving here & there, as she pondered, what was life’s purpose? Photograph by Jacqueline Nash Ripples on the Lake at Grovelands Park, Southgate.

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Micropoem by Carl Barbarotto

Carl Barbarotto @Carlolight   In Stillness- on mountain ledge aware only of gentle breeze caressing skin; surrendered to Love’s Presence- peace surges and soothes.

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