Rosalynn Ritchie featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME!

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Happy Tuesday, poets and poetry lovers! We’re back with a new poetry feature. Head on over to We All Bleed the Same and check out “Om Shanti Om” by Rosalynn Ritchie, a spoken-word artist who recently self-published a collection of poetry.

Here’s a link to Rosalynn’s poem “Om Shanti Om”

Here’s a link to Rosalynn’s collection of poetry Thoughs on Love, Life And The World.


Here’s a little bit about Rosalynn Ritchie:

I grew up in a small town of Auburn, Maine. Last year I moved to Los Angeles. In between I spent some time in San Antonio and Hawaii well in the Army reserves. I lived briefly in Vegas, the Bronx and then Boston. I have been inspired by the creative energy of Los Angeles and have written over 100 poems within the past few months! Poetry has always been in my life and I find it is an amazing way to connect with other human beings and the spirit world. I love seeing different parts of the world. I have also traveled to Jamaica, Costa Rica, Barbados and Mexico. The travels and the people that I need to have greatly influenced my interest in the arts. I find poetry to be such a beautiful outlet and  glue that connects us all.


Rosalynn Ritchie

Rosalynn Ritchie



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