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Parkinson’s Poetry: Wayne A. Gilbert Performs Toxic Psalm

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Parkinson’s Poetry: Wayne A. Gilbert Performs Toxic Psalm

Last week we shared Wayne A. Gilbert performing PD Refusenik. Today he’s back to perform Toxic Psalm.

Wayne is, among other things, a retired teacher and professor of English and of Educational Psychology. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2005 and has been writing about his experiences living with it ever since.

After you watch it, be sure to leave a comment and let him know what you think.

Want more stories on how people use art to live well with Parkinson’s?

Here are a few Moments of Victory® stories that’ll inspire you to bring a little bit of art into your life.

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Moments of Victory – Jan Grimes Found the Silver Lining in Her Parkinson’s Diagnosis
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Moments of Victory – Kimerly Coshow Finds Her True Calling by Dreaming Big

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