Issue 130, Spring 1994
Letter from Kitty Dukakis: Between the Election and the Breakdown
They called it a landslide as though
everything shifted and the weak
and strong alike were buried alive.
Not true. We simply came home.
Mike mows the grass and when he wheels it
into the garage, laughs. Probably
thinking of that goddamn tank.
I don’t forget any of the faces.
Wet palms, bad breath, large mouths.
We didn’t work the crowds so much
as they worked us. Mike would say
“this is the real America.”
Mike’s always been the sincere type.