Notes from the Trepidarium

by Lucie Brock-Broido At the Museum of Modern Art, she had to quit the shadow box Of Kafka’s ruin of a life; she couldn’t stand the gob Of bug emerging green beneath the metal bed. As a child, she would never open the closet door alone Again to choose which dirndl skirt to wear to school. A conference of seagulls would surely now be hooked On every wire hanger mimicking the hooded crows amassed In Hitchcock’s one-room-schoolhouse yard in 1962. Now... Read More

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