Forensics

by Alicia Askenase
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Title:
Forensics
Author:
Alicia Askenase
Year: 
1989
Publication: 
Feminist Studies
Volume: 
15
Issue: 
1
Start Page: 
94
End Page: 
95
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Language: 
English
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Alicia Askenase

FORENSICS

Details hardly matter she had teeth like mine hair a daughter and straight.

The last time seen alive the day she her daughter left in broad daylight at the sitter's.

Prom gown with hot pink to Sacred Heart sash she borrowed no one knew she went it was mine lent.

Just a week before I stole my father her boyfriend died. He came I smiled at the funeral him she didn't mind he's dead.

Alicia Askenase

When she returned I the dress had been she taken in secretly narrower in the back it in out then nothing.

First high school father less most important person absent. I down blue-eyed baseball player on the couch it didn't she was still last my friend.

If they had identified I'm certain when they sent her back East teeth to identify I could have.

Last week she was smoking the dream in marijuana chemo she wasn't dead rotting her body in Los Angeles wasn't somewhere.

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