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they had just come back

from the unemployed march on city hall

an endless depression


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their hungry east 105th street neighborhood

putting their bodies against the evictions


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police violence

with their solidarity fists waving

free from the lame excuses

used to pacify and confuse


louie kissed ida that night

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and told her he was going to spain

to fight fascism

wait for me

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