Rhyme and Reason

Rhyme and Reason

Podcast by Maria Hayden... Show More

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This episode is an inspirational poem that I wrote about the current virus that is sweeping the globe. It's inspirational in tone and I hope that you enjoy it, we need to hang on to hope and trust during these insane times.
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This week's episode is a poem about the in-between stage of romantic love. The calm grounding phase when you realise you are with your best friend and how you tackle life together.
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This week's episode is a poem about fear, exploring why we find it hard to manage. Encouraging words to embrace courage.
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Today's episode is for those of us struggling to find the words for a friend in need.
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After the initial heady stages of new love, a deeper connection occurs. This poem is all about that love, the one after heartbreak.
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Episode Three features a poem about mistakes for all us that are struggling to overcome a fear of making a mistake and allowing it to stop us reaching for the stars.
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Episode Two is for those of us that battle the inner demons of low self esteem and limiting beliefs. This episode is complete with two readings of the poem and an insight into the inspiration behind the words.
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Episode One is for those of us that would love to see a little more kindness in the world. Complete with two readings of the poem and an insight into the inspiration behind the words.
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