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21 Questions w/ Lady V: Love & Poetry w/ Gena Storm

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Are you ready to be intrigued by this freestyle poetist? The one who does it like no other. Well, come inside the playhouse this evening, as we have the opportunity to sit down and see how she does it. You don't want to miss this episode when you are intrigued by that freestyle verbal foreplay that Gena Storm brings to the mic every time she touches down.

Gena Storm was born Regena Brooks in the Chicago suburb of Joliet, IL. two days before Christmas in '69. That's when her parents moved from the Chicago housing projects, to become hard-working teenage homeowners as their oldest child and only daughter Gena set the tone for her younger brothers. As a well behaved, studious avid reader she was tested in elementary school as exceptional and entered the gifted program to excel throughout her education that continued into adulthood. Gena ran a successful home daycare/preschool for 23 years in two countries and four states but mostly in Joliet, IL. Married and divorced twice, Gena is currently engaged to fellow poet and collaborative partner Kings Kadence. Gena is the proud mother of her daughter Stephanie and her grandchildren are affectionately referred to as The Famous Three. Gena is a spiritual Christian person, who thank the Creator daily for her poetic ability. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, cooking, baking, wine, drinking coffee daily, movies, family and animals. 40 years ago, Gena began writing to win a contest and poetry took over her middle school, the Spoken Word freestylist was born almost eight years ago as a coping mechanism due to unimaginable betrayal dubbed "the fire" she survived that would have killed many. However, Gena is grateful for poetry as it has been therapy for her, and every opportunity it's provided from meeting celebrities to inspiring others with her words.

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