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‘Poetry is the main thing that keeps my brain clear’ Traci O’Dea on ‘Restricted Movement’

Jersey-based poet Traci O’Dea spent twelve months in the midst of the pandemic supporting her father, who lives in the US, as he was struggling with mild dementia and a relapse into substance abuse. As she has done since as long as she can remember, she turned to poetry to help process the events.
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Elodie Redoules

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Elodie Redoules

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Jersey-based poet Traci O’Dea spent twelve months in the midst of the pandemic supporting her father, who lives in the US, as he was struggling with mild dementia and a relapse into substance abuse. As she has done since as long as she can remember, she turned to poetry to help process the events.
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