I don’t have time. Everything goes away from me. Finally I am so alone because I can’t do anything else. But I won’t harp on it more because it is your own task to take care of it. No that isn’t true. One can’t help a change. The nature with which God has created us. I don't know but I am selfish as most are. I always thought that you and I belonged together in our own way. I can’t fully comprehend that e~. erything has changed. Myself, I know my own life is absolutely no star. I live simply and extremely withdrawn. See no people and know almost nothing about my position. I could just as well be back at the theatre school and eating lunch with you, at least it was rleasant and we can say happy. But life goes on (in German) completely wrong spelling. More over you probably can’t read what I write. Furthermore, I am tired, sleep badly and that makes one endlessly sad. Shame what an ugly letter you are getting from me. I must be unthankful to take such a bitter tone. You know if Nisse reads this he certainly would think that I was your lover, jilted lover. When I come home I’ll go out for a walk with your little child. What will it be called? I don’t understand anything. Carboni Pollack Mimosa Lundell. Cant you write me now and then when you have time and tell me what you feel and think. Had a letter from Marta with a photo of you and your head that she had made. I would really like to see it. Save it until I can. I’ve just sent an answer to Marta, I like her a great deal. She is sick in her nerves. Oh what a pity it is about her.
Have received a letter from Horke. She told me that she had had dinner with you. I’d like to redo that trip to Tislad but not so frantically. I long dreadfully to come home and this is all that happens. But the time goes quickly happily enough and sadly enough.
Dearest, don’t think despite my harangue that I don’t have time for you and am delighted that you are happy. But we belong together you and I since long ago. Whatever happens to you has a little bit to do with me. We have had many moments together that are pleasant to remember. Anyway, we had a very good time together. I get practically nervous when I think hat soon you will hold that little one and cry from happiness -1 actually feel a little paternal also. You aren’t going to act for a few months after it has happened. You certainly will be much stronger after you have had a child. Remember what Mrs. Schildknecht (don’t know how the name is spelled) said.
Yes, now I can just wish you all, all happiness and assure you that I am ‘angry’ not to be with you.
Greet your father and mother so very much, and Sven of course. And maybe you should give a little greeting to the henhouse. Oh how it must be enchanting at your place now. Yes, maybe soon the day will come when we can go out and look for eggs together.
Keep well, Mimosa and when you have a free moment, tell me more. Greet the expectant father. […]“ - Pollak attended the Royal Dramatic Theatre school in Stockholm, Sweden with fellow actress Greta Garbo from 1922 to 1924. Garbo moved to the US in 1925 and as Pollak married in 1927 and later had children, although they did maintain contact for over 60 years. Their relationship and letters are portrayed (published in parts) in the Swedish book Djävla älskade unge! (Bloody Beloved Kid), written by Po Tin Andersén Axell (2005), and in Garbo's personal writings, released in Sweden the same year..