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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:12
  • eBook ISBN:9781618421708

A Collection of Thoughts

Poems by Carrie Robinson

by Carrie Robinson View author's profile page

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A book of poetry from a young female author who has dedicated a small collection of her thoughts to anyone who has ever been dramatic, loved, lusted, experienced heartbreak, friendship, disappointment, responsibility, reflection, isolation and/or ambition.
"A Collection of Thoughts: Poems by Carrie Robinson" contains eighteen poems. The poems encompass themes such as love, lust, heartbreak, friendship, disappointment, responsibility, reflection, isolation and ambition among other themes. Carrie wrote the poetry over the span of seven years, while fast-tracking through her university studies and graduating with a law degree at the early age of twenty one. Carrie entered the working world as a health policy analyst at twenty two years of age where she found herself working with challenging health topics within Canadian communities such as depression, suicide, HIV and other public health concerns. These poems delve into the emotional life of a young person faced with responsibility and overwhelming life events that require a creative outlet in order to work through. Some of Carrie's admired authors are: Charles Dickens, Emily Dickenson, ee. cummings, and Alfred Lord Tennyson.
About the author
Carrie Robinson, a Scottish and Algonquin writer and an actor, lives in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She has studied at various acting schools and been involved in theatre since the early age of five years old. In 2011 she showcased her ability to act in a British accent under the direction of Stage 43 Theatrical Society’s production of the famous farce, "Charley’s Aunt". Carrie was a reporter for "The Ubyssey", her undergraduate newspaper at the University of British Columbia. In 2007, she earned a law degree from the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada, an education that fueled an interest in social justice initiatives. She was also an articles editor at the "Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues". Having been the youngest graduate in her class, at 21 years of age, she decided to take time to pursue her passion for combining acting, writing and social justice. Currently, Carrie can be found writing national and international strategies with Indigenous communities, and even screenplays, stories, poems and songs on her own time. In the future, she would like to continue being inspired through her travels, working with communities, and finding great plays and films to be a part of. You can contact Carrie through
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