Sirrus Poe lives in the midst of the tall pines of Northeast Texas where he spends much of his time considering life in all its strange, and sometimes, horrific realms. He has traveled and lived in numerous places across the country, but settled down after a southern bell showed him how to love. They have two kids, who their mother claims acts better than their father. The father is attempting to improve, but it seems to him that growing up and acting like an adult all the time is a waste of laughs and smiles. His poems, essays, photography, and short stories have appeared in numerous print and online journals. Some of these include SNOW MONKEY, CARILLON, CAN WE HAVE OUR BALL BACK?, SIDE_REALITY, PIERIAN SPRINGS, INSOLENT RUDDER, and KEN*AGAIN.
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A Mother's Supposed Love
by Sirrus Poe
A Mother's Supposed Love, first released in 2004 in print, is now available for the first time as an e-book. The poems in the collection take the reader through a child's dark path through a childhood missing the one thing every child expects, the love of their mother. Through the questions, and the pain, the child somehow learns to live, learns to survive, and in the end, how to love as he grows.
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