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  • House Where Wisteria Grew
  • Diana Marie Delgado (bio)

House Where Wisteria Grew

We couldn’t own ourselves, so we lived through each other.

When no one could decipher the speaker, we spoke,

Mom, come sit at the tablewith me, pat down my hair.

In the bedroom where all things

are said with a sigh, I do have more

fun—butterflies land on my leg—

and I can’t move.

The day I asked, We ready to leave?

She told me, Go, you’re old enough.

She was many people then. All of them, in love. [End Page 78]

Diana Marie Delgado

Diana Marie Delgado grew up in the San Gabriel Valley. Her poetry has appeared in Ploughshares and the Indiana Review. She is a poet and playwright.

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ISSN
1542-426X
Print ISSN
0032-6682
Pages
p. 78
Launched on MUSE
2013-07-21
Open Access
No
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