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Becky Hemsley Talks About Her Poetry And The Symbolic Importance Of Seasons And Self Preservation

This interview is from last year and aired originally on LifeHakx Media, however the subject matter is still as relevant today as it was then! We talk about her poems inspired by nature and discuss the connection between seasons and our own need for self preservation and self care.

Becky Hemsley is a British poet who has reinvented herself and career over the pandemic . She has taken her hobby and made it into her passion and business!

Becky's collection resonates and surpasses age, sex and time. She combines nature, life, grief, courage and spirit over her collection of works.

The interview talks about her inspiration, schedule, getting published and more!


Video Interview HERE 

Audio Interview HERE 

Becky has now published five books. including "Talking to the Wild" and "What the Wild Replied" and "Breathe" a children's book. After this interview she published a book helping with grief though many of her poems are available on a number of social media platforms.

Her poetry gets to the heart of a subject and I have rarely been as inspired as when listening to, and reading Becky's poetry!

Becky has a gift with words, that reminds me of the "Classics" with modern relevance and rhyme! It's impossible to feel anything but cheered and energised by her poetry.

One of my personal favourites, "FairyTale" talks about the ideas we are taught as young girls "waiting to being rescued". Here is the poem spoken by Becky HERE 

Breathe: Introduce children to the joys and the beauty of poetry in this fun and relatable

book! A sample of Becky reading a poem from Breathe HERE 

Becky Hemsley Poetry:

Website HERE 

Instagram HERE 

Facebook HERE 

Twitter HERE 


Amazon HERE 

Tic Tok HERE 

Becky has inspirational readings of books like "Talking to The Wild" inspired by humanity and nature

HERE is are example of her poems

Watch out for an updated interview coming up soon!

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