HANNAH GOSSELIN

Hannah  is perpetually inspired by love shared with her husband and their two young sons and is awestruck by beauty in nature.

She enjoys indulging in heart-work: writing, dance and visual arts.

Hannah was awarded a diploma by the Institute of Children’s Literature located in West Redding, Connecticut, for the successful completion of the course: “Writing for Children and Teenagers,” on April, 19th, 2010.

On December 15th  2011, Hannah became published in “Prompted, An International Collection of Poems.”
                      

“Sweet-Pea,” is Hannah’s beautiful blossom!


“I try, with words, to allure a truth, awaken global consciousness. It is so hard to live in a way that is not harmful to this planet and the greater good so I attempt to heal with words.” ~Hannah Gosselin
 
 
 
 

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2 thoughts on “HANNAH GOSSELIN

  1. February 5, 2012 at 8:27 am (Poetic Bloomings)

    ~OLD WORDS~

    Ancient letters arrive

    to haunt me.

    Thin, wisp of word

    stretched like

    cloud across moon;

    feathering faulty

    meaning over pure

    brilliance.

    When my mind,

    finding to seek

    fresh verb

    fails, I follow length of

    moon-lit trodden trails,

    and see where

    a slight twist of tongue

    will, surprisingly, find me.

    © Hannah Gosselin and Metaphors and Smiles, 2012.

  2. February 27th, 2012 at 1:10 am

    ~PACING~

    Placing feet

    heel…to…toe,

    heel…to…toe;

    roaming,

    rousing,

    dreams to motion.

    Portioning mortar,

    cleaving stone

    to humble stone,

    brick fixed

    on solid thought .

    Building tower,

    mindful mansion

    raised by intentions.

    Choices changing

    purpose to action,

    weight in each step;

    heel…to …toe,

    heel…to…toe,

    pacing.

    © Hannah Gosselin and Metaphors and Smiles, 2012.

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