Autumn Leaves

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When writing poetry, I prefer rhyme - it's just the way I am. I always write what I feel inside. I suppose some would phrase it as 'coming from the heart', and I guess there is truth in that. Autumn and early winter are my favourite times of the year and there is an autumnal theme through these ten poems.
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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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Review by: Marianne Curtis on Dec. 20, 2012 :
Autumn Leaves is a collection of ten poets composed by Peter Allchin. It is nice to see another poet who writes like I do. Very enjoyable – I can’t wait to check out his other pieces.

Marianne Curtis
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Review by: Kurt Frazier, Sr on Oct. 4, 2012 :
I read the first couple of poems and was compelled to download the book. I like what I have read so far.
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