Louise Marie DelSanto

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The Women Who Steal Married Men

The women who steal married men are all named Diane
or Kathy. They wake up in the night in Baby Dolls,
sexy and steamy beneath acetate sheets,
thinking of hot tubs.

He Wept For His Father

He wept for his father
His father who implored
him to not test life, to not
seek treasures unknown

Black And Blue

One Summer he asked me
to get his pack of cigarettes,
but I was not quick enough.

Dancing In Las Vegas

One day my sister appears
at an Art fair
near the Scituate farmland

Infatuation Ruins

Decades ago, the waste of infatuation
hidden in my wallet pocket
a crumbled rose, a piece of stale
chocolate waiting to be eaten


Bill Smith 14 January 2006

I returned to Louise's poems today having not read for a while, I feel when reading that I am in conversation with her and she is there reciting her work just for me......she takes the mundane in every day life and gives it an air of beauty

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