Rev. Rebecca Guile Hudson

Rookie (January 31st / Hollywood, CA)

Rev. Rebecca Guile Hudson
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xperienced severe mental, physical and sexual abuse. In 1998, she started therapy for intense PTSD and a dissociative disorder, which helped save her life and open the doors to her creative voices.

Although she just started writing 3 years ago, she has already established a prestigious resume':

Her book, 'Out of Cullen Street (A House of Madness) ', is available at, and her poetry has been published in anthologies and magazines around the world. For example: The Taj Mahal Review (multiple editions) , 'Symphonies', 'A Ferment of Images', 'Explorers', (all published by in India) , The People's Poet (UK) (x2) , 'The Light' magazine, 'Lemming' ... more »

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  • Shirley Galbraith (12/29/2009 3:38:00 PM)

    I would like to know how to contact this poet for permission to read one of her poems in our church. Can anyone help? Thank you.

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Best Poem of Rev. Rebecca Guile Hudson

Real Work (The Brilliant Fool)

was a piece
of work,

His life a
work of art

He was
a brilliant fool
masquerading as genius

Or, perhaps,
a stellar genius
just acting
the fool

He wore his success
like a stagnant, rotting albatross
around his neck,

its stench his constant
companion and
splendid cologne

His Life Portrait was
abstract, askew

Each and every
moment of his moments

engorged with
gleeful rage and
upcoming root-canal ...

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