Storm Watch by Hannah Rousselot

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Hannah Rousselot is a queer DC based poet. She has been writing poetry since she could hold a pencil and has always used poems as a way to get in touch with her emotions. She writes poetry about the wounds that are still open, but healing, since her childhood and the death of her first love. Her work has appeared in Voices and Visions magazine and will soon appear in Panoply’s most recent zine. In addition to writing poetry, Hannah Rousselot is also a second-grade teacher. She teaches a poetry unit every January, and nothing brings her more joy than seeing the amazing poems that seven-year-olds can create.

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