The poems of Lee Vowell are highly introspective, with layers of analysis and self-study that, while easy to read and ingest, demand to be read over and over, until we understand the poignant and slightly spooky direction the author is coming from. Weaving between classical and modernist images, these poems illuminate the depths of the author's consciousness, showing us things that seem very familiar to those of us who explore our own minds.
Lee's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
Willy Loman Dad
Bon Scott in London
Ty Cobb, 1911