Tag Archives: Poet

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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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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Dark Soul by Jacqueline Nash

Dark Soul His soul was darker than the blackest night, heavier than the largest stone, colder than the falling snow, bereft of love.

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My Knight by Jacqueline Nash

My Knight My knight in shining armour on his white horse came riding freed me from peril but captured my heart.

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Loneliness by Jacqueline Nash

Loneliness Silence echoed through the house, reverberating off the walls in waves, filling every room with it’s presence.

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Unrequited Love by Jacqueline Nash

Unrequited Love She looks into his eyes with adoration, she hangs on to his every word, he doesn’t notice her veneration, unrequited love.

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Love Thief by Jacqueline Nash

Love Thief His doleful eyes of hazel hue, his boyish smile so cheeky, a bashful, gentle beguiling air, he stole my love completely.

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