Miles Kagan

Miles KaganI paid for many
campaigns, and helped to make
the Mayor’s Office
like your own home. But more
than that, you were the
fixed point on my compass,
the mother from whom
I needed approval
for each endeavor.
But when I finally
got close up and saw
how the sausage was made,
that the face you showed
to the world was a mask
that hid your spite and
venality and your
arrogance, my heart
was broken. I quit the
party and quit the
town. I never believed
in anything or
in anyone again.

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