Born in El Paso, Texas, Jennifer C. Robinson lived a somewhat inconstant life for the first 12 years of her life. With her father in the military, she was repeatedly packing up her belongings and moving from state to state and country to country, to places ranging from Oklahoma to Germany. Eventually, at age 12, Robinson settled in Americus, Georgia.
Robinson was a distinguished student throughout her education, receiving honours at Sumter County Comprehensive High School before graduating from the Georgia Southwestern State University with a bachelor’s degree in history with distinction. She now resides in Americus, Georgia, with her children Trabian, Tyler, and Jade, where she continues to establish her writing career.
A common trait in poets is to release the emotions inside them and share their take on things, conveying them wonderfully and, more often than not, through a deeper form of expression. For Robinson, poetry is an art which one should take pleasure in writing and ought to be written regardless of the theme or context. Robinson attests that all of her poems are ‘about someone, something I felt, something I heard, or something I saw,’ irrespective of what the content is about.
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