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I have been featured in my friend Sandra Sealy’s blog SEAWOMAN’S CARIBBEAN WRITING OPPS…. along with my first ever international poetry performance – on a stage in Boston! Check it out!

Seawoman's Caribbean Writing

Click HERE to see him perform “Improv” in Boston.

Bajan poet Robert R. Gibson – known to me personally as “De Luuuv Man” (as a member of VOICES: Barbados Writers’ Collective)  and one of my writing protégés, but now familiarly called “PassionPoet or Passion, for short” – has grown as a writer.  Here, as this performance poet spreads his wings internationally @ an Open Mic session in Boston, the musicians really feel his expression too, as they join in with a groovy reggae beat.

In Barbados, Robert is quite supportive of Open Mic sessions like Iron Sharpen Iron events, Citrus Book & Poetry Night and those of the National Cultural Foundation.

Gibson, who’s working on his first anthology,  “enjoys painting sensual images with his words, leading his audience into a sensory experience.”  However, this award-winning (NIFCA) young writer does point out, “Passion is not always…

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Wordsmith. Spoken word artist. I inhale words and exhale poetry.....

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