The RovingBookworm Podcast: Episode 27 – Spoken Word Poetry Series

Hello Everyone!

Welcome to Season 2.5 and Episode 27 of the RovingBookworm Podcast.

How did your week go? I hope you are all doing the best that you can at these times and staying safe and healthy. Once again, I’ll be sharing another Spoken Word Poem on this Poetry Series titled ‘Broken Wings’ which was inspired by the way I was feeling at a particular time in my life where I was experiencing a lot of drastic changes that seemed like I had lost the person I used to be and the first part is a sort of mourning cry of that person which seemed endless and unbearable at the time. It is also a poem about hope and courage and it is a constant reminder that nothing lasts forever. There will be good and bad times in life and all we need to do is to take in in our stride. The general theme for this series is loss and grief which will pave the way for some highly anticipated episodes in the coming season which talks about how to deal with different forms of loss and grief.

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

You can listen to this episode below:

S6|Episode 75: Let’s Talk About Love The RovingBookworm Podcast

A conversation exploring what it means to be in love and what love is not. — Send in a voice message:
  1. S6|Episode 75: Let’s Talk About Love
  2. S6| Episode 74: Recalibrate
  3. S6| Episode 73: Help! I’m Drowning with Adesuwa Iluobe
  4. S6|Episode 72: Many Waters with Ayo Adeola
  5. S6|Episode 71: Why You Act The Way You Do

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