Lois Roma-Deeley

Lois Roma-Deeley
Lois Roma-Deeley is the author of three collections of poetry: Rules of Hunger (2004), northSight (2006) and High Notes (2010), which was chosen as a Paterson Poetry Prize Finalist. She has been published in twelve national anthologies, most recently in Villanelles (Everyman's Library, Pocket Poets Series). Her poetry has been featured in numerous literary journals nationwide and in Canada. She teaches creative writing in Phoenix, Arizona. http://www.loisroma-deeley.com/

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The woman that could be me / is standing in her kitchen cooking vegetable soup. / It is late afternoon. / The phone rings. / The woman that is another version of me / will not answer. / She is angry with God. / You do not exist. You do not exist. You do not exist.