The Madman At MOMA
The mask slips on America's crisis of mental illness
This country pretends we have no knife,
no guns in the bedroom, no large car for escaping
or crashing over hard hillsides or into houses.
We stuff our faces, blank as pills, with pills.
No one wants to open that book, but it’s a book.
On Saturday afternoon in New York City a sixty year old man named Gary Cabana, a former usher at the Nederlander Th…