Lois E. Linkins’, “vogue,” is simply brilliant.
dripping in incongruity;
train tracks, and European travel nudging
the green hills of England.
– ‘i am so, so pleased.’
my splendid white house sings virtue.
you must be one way, just this way
with Betty bangs and bobs,
who write about the Mona Lisa
and dream of being her,
there is a lotion for that loathing,
Lois describes herself as a “confused english student,” though one quickly finds a polished, charming poet in her work. She has an elegant style that compliments her keen insight and whimsical sensibilities. It is a pleasure to present her work, and you can find more of it at Lois E. Linkins.