The RovingBookworm Podcast: Episode 26 – Spoken Word Poetry Series

Hello Everyone!

Welcome to Season 2.5 and Episode 26 of the RovingBookworm Podcast.

Happy World Poetry Day!

How are you all doing? I hope you are all doing well and had a good week. Today I’ll be sharing another Spoken Word Poem on this Poetry Series titled ‘This Silence” which happens to be one of my favorite poems yet. The general theme for this series is loss and grief which will pave the way for one of my highly anticipated episodes in the coming season which talks about how to deal with loss and grief.

I hope you enjoy listening and I would love to hear your feedback.

You can listen to this episode below:

S5|Episode 58: Welcome To Season 5 The RovingBookworm Podcast

Happy New Year and welcome to a new season which promises to be engaging, thought provoking and fun as we question the norm. I hope to enjoy all our conversations this season and I know we will learn and unlearn a lot as we grow to be better versions of ourselves — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/biyai-garricks/message
  1. S5|Episode 58: Welcome To Season 5
  2. S4|Episode 57: The Journey to Self-Discovery – Season Finale
  3. S4| Episode 56: Sharing Our Wins Pt 2 with Ifunenya Isoje
  4. S4| Episode 55: Sharing Our Wins Pt 1 with Theophilus Uwhubetiyi
  5. S4| Episode 54: Finding Your Tribe Using Self-Knowledgeable As Your Guide

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