Autumn Leaves. Volume two

For me, poetry is so much better suited to putting one's feelings into the written word than prose. Autumn Leaves Volume Two is a varied collection of poems, some of which reflect my feelings after the death of our youngest son in 2010. Perhaps, the words and sentiments are what you have been unable to find for your own loss. There are also light-hearted verses, haikus and other forms.

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About Peter Allchin

I have been writing for quite a few years - short stories; poetry, and two novels, one of which was published in Australia in paperback in 2007. Owing to unforeseen problems, the book is no longer available.
I have also been published in magazines, although my style of writing - usually, but not always, black comedy and horror, is not for women's mainstream magazines.
I also write poetry, preferring rhymes rather than free verse. And rhymes, as opposed to 'proper' poetry, is something I love to write, especially simple, silly verses, many of which are suitable for young children.
I write because I enjoy creating something out of what might be an acorn of just a few words, or a phrase that came to me, or overheard in a conversation.

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