Tag Archives: Magic

Blind by Jacqueline Nash

This micropoem evolved from a poem simply called Magic which can be found on my Jacqueline C Nash Poetry blog here. Blind Searching for the magic but my eyes only see blatant reality & the ordinary, I think it’s more a … Continue reading

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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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The Flautist by Jacqueline Nash

The Flautist The flautist wields an unusual power, his flute casts it’s magic spell leading me to a place of serenity, he does his job so well.

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Lies by Jacqueline Nash

Lies She charmed you with her magic spell Lured you with her eyes Made you do things you cannot tell So instead you told me lies

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Dreams by Jacqueline Nash

Dreams In the realm of dreams I lose myself in the magic of mystical scenes and enchanting music fills the air.

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