POETRY: “Begin Again” by Brazilian Poet Bráulio Bessa – Rosaliene Bacchus Blog

From Rosaliene Bacchus Blog – Three Worlds One Vision – Guyana – Brazil – USA
Brazilian Poet Bráulio Bessa
Photo Credit: Official Website of Bráulio Bessa

My Poetry Corner September 2020 features the poem “Begin Again” (Recomece) from the poetry collection Poetry that Transforms (Poesia que Transforma) by Bráulio Bessa, a Brazilian poet and motivational speaker. The poet was born in 1985 in Alto Santo, a city of an estimated 17,000 people located in the semi-arid interior region of the State of Ceará in Northeast Brazil.

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