Tag Archives: Death

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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Wheel by Jacqueline Nash

This micropoem evolved from one of my poems on my Jacqueline C Nash Poetry blog called Winter’s End. Wheel I had expected so much more than this; But the wheel has turned, my life hanging between the spokes as it … Continue reading

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Cemetery by Jacqueline Nash

Cemetery I lay wild flowers on the grave Although I know no-one is there Just a meeting place of souls To show we remember Show we care

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Loss by Jacqueline Nash

Loss When someone we love dies, a piece of us dies also, & the space they leave behind, is a void that will never go.

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Empty Space by Jacqueline Nash

Empty Space You went away leaving an empty space your bed your dinner place your sweet sweet smile your perfect grace you went away

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The Waiting Game by Jacqueline Nash

This micropoem was written from a longer version of the poem also called ‘The Waiting Game’. This can be viewed on my poetry blog, Jacqueline C Nash Poetry. The Waiting Game A waiting game no-one wants to play The outcome … Continue reading

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The Reaper by Jacqueline Nash

The Reaper The reaper lurks in shadows his sharpened scythe a wielding for he has come to steal the souls from those whose time is ending.

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