an average rarity – Lois Linkens

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justine-johnstone-an-american-stage-and-silent-screen-actressan average rarity – Lois Linkens  lois e. linkens: poems and prose

 your eyes are normal eyes
oh, and your hands are normal too
under your normal clothes
masked, but not disguised
a normal, average body lies.
kept in decent shape,
even your hair may pass as
merely another head
young, edgy, but
hardly noticeable, or remarkable.
each person passes by
away in thoughts their own
rarely do they look at you
taken away by you,
stunned by you, longing to be
kissed by you. but
i could look at you for a thousand years and never
perceive you as anything less than perfect

– you – make – my – heart – skip –

[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…

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