Robbie Cheadle Reads Her Poetry from Behind Closed Doors a collection of unusual poems. 

Thank you to Prof. Charles French for this wonderful review of Behind Closed Doors, a collection of unusual poems. I really recommend Charles’ blog for writers and poets. He shares a lot of great quotes, advice, and inspiration for writers and has several excellent fiction and non-fiction books.

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Please view Robbie Cheadle reading her poem “Do you want it enough” from her book of poetry Behind Closed Doors a collection of unusual poems

I give Robbie Cheadle’s book of poetry Behind Closed Doors a collection of unusual poems my highest recommendation. Robbie Cheadle is an excellent writer of both fiction and poetry, and her work continues to be of the highest quality.

In this collection of poems, Robbie Cheadle deals with a wide variety of issues and uses a variety of forms of poetry, among them Tanka, limericks, and haiku, and she does this with great passion and control of her art. The poetry in her book is powerful, compelling, and evocative.

Several of the poems resonated with me in particular, including “Opportunity”, “Hope”, “Making a splash”, “Perspective”, “Lockdown in poverty”, and “I saw a fish a-swimming”.

Choosing these poems to highlight was difficult, because Robbie’s work…

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52 thoughts on “Robbie Cheadle Reads Her Poetry from Behind Closed Doors a collection of unusual poems. 

    1. HI Rebecca, thank you for your compliment. I was brought up to think that putting yourself out there is showing off and vulgar so it is hard for me to make these videos. It is the way forward though so I make myself do it. Have a wonderful new week.

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      1. I always take a deep breath before I publish a poetry recitation. I think reading poetry aloud is essential to create an environment of hope and creativity. I love listening to your poetry, Robbie.

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  1. Congratulations on the wonderful review, Robbie. It was lovely listening to you recite the poem (I was finally able to put a voice to the image 🙂 in my head of you).

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