Charles Chaim Wax
The Calligraphy Of Suicide - Poem by Charles Chaim Wax
'Sad, ' said Irving Kaufman
as I entered the Teacher's Center.
'especially for the kids, ' I said,
'to live through a
'Did you read the note
the cops found? Can't figure out
why she wrote such a thing
to her husband, 'You drove me to this
and you are not
the father of my children.''
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