The Mannequin’s Comb. Rhino: The Poetry Forum 2014. Joanne’s poem, “The Mannequin’s Comb,” just appeared in the annual edition of this journal which is published in Evanston, Illinois. It begins: “This morning I washed a dying woman’s hair.” Joanne wrote it after one such encounter. The poem includes references to her granddaughter, Bliss, and to her grandmother who, besides being a psychic, made women’s hats. There is so much about being a woman that goes beyond vanity. The poem is about the subtleties of how we appear to and for each other.