Bobbie Coelho Poet - Poetry from the Heart by Bobbie Coelho

I use the blog to post new poem I have written and give some background on how/why they came to be written.

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Finding the Light
Bobbie Coelho

I have always said that it’s not the destination, but the journey that counts.
I have always been interested in poetry, so when I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2002, I turned to poetry to make sense of what was happening. In this anthology of my work I have chosen a mixture of themes, some very sad, but there are lighthearted ones too. I’ve tried to urge people to reflect on the ways in which they judge others; I want my readers to appreciate that you can never tell what...






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