Hannah Gosselin is lured by words and loving each shining facet of faith, family, nature, art, poetry and people. She enjoyed The Institute of Children’s Literature and received a diploma: “Writing for Children and Teenagers.” She’s a student of life greeting each day with a fresh smile.
|Portrait of the Artist|
|Copy Right © 2012 Hannah Gosselin|
by Hannah Gosselin
nature's throwing fits
Hannah has generously offered these beautiful photos for our poetic inspiration. If you add an image to your post, please acknowledge the name of the artist.
|Copy Right © 2012 Hannah Gosselin ~ Lady of the Wood|
~Photography, for me, are the muses’ eyes, providing a means of capturing and displaying the fleeting moments of what is visually inspiring to me.
Copy Right © 2012 Hannah Gosselin ~ Open Palms
~Writing, for me, is the muses’ mind, it makes visible that brief, passing goose-bump-good feeling that I get when I’ve perceived a raw moment of inspiration.
Copy Right © 2012 Hannah Gosselin ~ Pier Post Persisting
~I find it amazing that our thoughts can pattern themselves into visible creations in the form of singular words, growing sentences and mounting paragraphs; we create line after line what we want our readers to see, we make visible the invisible makings and imaginations of our minds.
Copy Right © 2012 Hannah Gosselin ~ Proud Poppy
~Poetry provokes me in the space of lacy- lucid-dreams, whispering wished letters that swirl into lengthy lines leading me deeper into their design. Free verse is woven in the pattern of plans, the concrete creation of each intricate detail of day.
Copy Right © 2012 Hannah Gosselin ~ Stumbling for Forget-Me-Nots
All photography and writing is Copy Right protected and shall not be copied or distributed without express written consent from the author. Such consent has been given for the images featured here, but not for other work to be found on Hannah's blogsite.
The Sunday Challenge is posted on Saturday at noon CST to allow extra time for the creative process, so please do not link up old work which kind of fits the image. Members will only respond to poetry written specifically for this prompt: this is in the spirit of our Real Toads project to create opportunities for poets to be newly inspired. Management reserves the right to remove unrelated links but invites you to share a poem of your choice on Open Link Monday.