O'Sullivan's Place: The Poetry of Joe Robert
Take a journey to that place of the memory, of recalling good times, times that were not so good, a place you would like to return to if only for a little while. That place is O’Sullivan’s Place. Once there, you can explore, not only past memories, but current encounters with real people who face the daily grind of their jobs yet still perform out of dedication. Also explore some of the wonders and questions of nature and some of our most personable critters. And delve into the human experience of life’s triumphs and follies as Joe Robert takes you there through his uncluttered verse and stimulating prose.
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