To Frida

A poem by Alfred Lichtenstein

(Dedicated to L.L.)


Walls separate us.
Strange spider webs.
But I often fly, gaunt in my sinking
Hand wringing room, a bleeding chirping twit.
If only you were there.
I am so murdered.
Frida.

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