Tag Archives: Loss

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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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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Lost by Jacqueline Nash

Lost My dreams drifted away on the waves of the sea. Lost in the ocean of time for all eternity. Lost; never to return to me

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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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Departing Dreams by Jacqueline Nash

Departing Dreams When dreams don’t transpire they linger a while tease & deride tug at your heart tear you apart darken the soul then depart

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