POETIC BLOOMINGS, a site established in May 2011 and which reunites Marie Elena Good and Walter J Wojtanik to help nurture and inspire the poetic spirit.


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

© All postings and intellectual materials on this page are property of Hannah Gosselin.

2 thoughts on “HANNAH GOSSELIN

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


    Ancient letters arrive

    to haunt me.

    Thin, wisp of word

    stretched like

    cloud across moon;

    feathering faulty

    meaning over pure


    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


    Placing feet





    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,



    © Hannah Gosselin and Metaphors and Smiles, 2012.

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