Leighton J. Rees's meditations on love, loss, mundanity and everything in between shine in this eclectic set of poems. There are homages to icons, slices of dark humour; truly something for everyone. His descriptions vary from the grotesque to the tender, the profound to the prosaic, whether it's his scathing critique of the ‘PC brigade', a night in hell or tales of loves past and present.
Leighton J. Rees (born 1983) is from Swansea, Wales, where he lives with his partner Rachel and their three children (Gabriella, Kurtis and Evangelina). He attended St David’s Roman Catholic Primary School and Bishop Vaughan Catholic School. He has always enjoyed writing poetry and cites Brendan Behan, Patrick Kavanagh, Alfonsina Storni, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Shel Silverstein, Ogden Nash and Emily Bronte among his many influences. He is a big fan of boxing, most genres of music and Celtic FC.
On Sleep and Other Poems
Free Flow Poems and Other Philosophical Works
Incidents and Accidents or a Matter of Life and Death
Thoughts and Obsessions
Love Letters in the Wall: Agapé Edition
The Lone Wanderer and Other Poems
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