THE THESPIAN

I remember when I first learnt the word ‘ Thespian ‘; I was about 15 or 16 and it was a cool ‘big’ word to add to my vocabulary.  Quite a few years on, I have a much deeper appreciation of the word and the persons it describes.

Here’s the definition:

Thespian /ˈθɛspɪən/

Adjective: relating to drama and the theatre 

Noun: an actor or actress

(source: Google)

In this poem – titled ‘The Thespian’ – I have used the word loosely  to extend to thespians who engage other forms of arts like dancing. I wrote this some time ago, as I watched a private screening of  ‘Heartbeat,  The Musical’ produced by Lufodo Productions Ltd (Joke Silva and Olu Jacobs’ theatre company) but since it was recently World Theatre Day, I thought it would be a good time to share this poem with you.

Click HERE to enjoy ‘The Thespian’ by msevajohnson.

May your week be filled with Love that surpasses all knowledge.

Yours,

Ms Eva Johnson.

The Thespian (pg 1)

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