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Gloria D. Gonsalves

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Gloria D. Gonsalves, also fondly known as Auntie Glo, is an award-winning author and multi-published poet.

Not just a writer, Gloria is a creative promoter for writing itself: she founded WoChiPoDa.com, an initiative aimed at instilling the love of poetry in young people.

Her literary works aim to support humanitarian projects, inspire creativity, and impart moral and spiritual lessons.

When taking a break from writing, she learns how to take lines for a walk.

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Gloria D. Gonsalves Music might inspire me with an idea. However, when writing I need the silence to hear the muse dancing.
Gloria D. Gonsalves You can freely talk to your imaginary friends without fear of being considered insane by others.
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NEW BILINGUAL BOOK RELEASE: Jai the Albino Cow: Jai Ng’ombe Zeruzeru (English & Swahili)

Jai the Albino Cow: Jai Ng’ombe Zeruzeru

Can an albino cow possess abilities to be admired by other cows? In “Jai the Albino Cow: Jai Ng’ombe Zeruzeru” (published by AuthorHouse UK) by Gloria D. Gonsalves, an albino cow named Jai struggling with acceptance earns the respect of her village through her special abilities. The book features both English and Swahili text.

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“A walk in the woods is never a plunder of time. I see golden rays streaming through the trees, showering me with the meaning of being present. I see the sun's rays pouring through each twig, reminding me that I am capable of awakening love with smallest acts.”
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“You don't have to be famous or rich to do a good deed. No matter how small it may seem, each kind deed sends a rippling action of kindness to humanity. Whether it is donating, helping the donor to implement or ensuring the donation recipients are treated right, each one of us has a role in philanthropy.”
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“Poetry is like a cat, waiting for a friendly hand and a tickle, before it meows loud.”
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“No matter what justification you have for your feelings, you cannot wish harmful things on others.”
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“As a writer, the main skill you need is curiosity. As a reader, the main tool you need is open-mindedness.”
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“We should all celebrate the magnitude of diverse and unique souls that live in our world today, for it is an essence that makes our lives colourful every single
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“Anyone capable of training the heart is a walking zombie.”
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“Be a flower that bursts through the crack of cement.”
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“Behold your nakedness as a precious stone, which not every miner is able to dig it out.”
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“Being poor is neither history nor permanent but a status. Writers who begin with this sentence “X is a poorest country in the world,” to describe any African country are lacking intelligence. How would they feel if we turned the tables and used sentences that portray historical offenses committed to other countries? I bet nobody would like to read, “X is a country that killed millions of Y during Z’s regime.”
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“Fear confines us to lesser choices that we can’t grow. Hope liberates us to greater heights that we can grow.”
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Terry Carter Gloria's poem "Who am I?" is as rich with metaphors of her multi-cultural experience as it is of her native African sensitivity. Her approach is simple and direct with a poignant and personal sincerity. I look forward to seeing and reading more of her writing!


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