We went to the Portland Museum of Art and had a great time. One of the galleries had an installation by Felix Gonzalez-Torres (“Untitled” 1991) which consisted of a pile of candy spread out in one corner of the room.
There was a table with empty notebooks where you could leave a message. June had one thing on her mind:
She asked the question everyone was thinking:
While she was writing, I read the writing on the wall:
We all had green tongues.