A Time To Cry by Paul Kloschinsky

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A poetic journey into the life and mind of the author during a very troubled period of his life. He suffered from mental health problems and separation from his beloved for a time. The book renders his problems with madness, depression and unrequited love in direct and moving poetry. It is the poet's first book.

About Paul Kloschinsky

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Paul Kloschinsky was born on Saskatchewan in 1963. He was trained as a physician and practiced as a General Practitioner for a time. For a period in the past he suffered mental health problems. He now lives in Delta, BC. In addition to being a writer, he is also an avid songwriter and photographer. This is his first book.
Published May 3, 2009 by Trafford. 139 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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