Author: Kevin M Welsh
This book is about the author’s unrevealed emotional experiences, which are manifest only by the poetic writings. The book’s metaphor is that of the Roman God, Janus, with the two faces of the God facing in opposite directions representing the two distinct perceptions of the emotional expressions of the author, the social, public face and the private, personal face. The book should connect with those people who, for whatever reason, choose not to reveal their inner thoughts and emotions, because some things should remain secret and private until it is safe or appropriate to make them known.
The author has been writing poetry and other creative writing works for 50 years. He Lives in Lincolnshire in England, and he has two adult sons and a grandson. He served in the British Army for 24 years, having operated with the allied coalition in the first Gulf War 1990-91. After completion of military service, he worked as a professional registered mental health nurse in the National Health Service, before retiring in 2015. He is a university graduate with a BA Hons, studying psychology and literature. He is working currently on four more poetry books and a supernatural thriller novel.