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What I Stole
Diane Sher Lutovich
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What I Stole

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  1 Rating  ·  1 Review
Poetry. "With fabulous images originating from an especially sharp eye, Diane Sher Lutovich bares her longings and losses. She is frank, sensual, and wry. She goes everywhere: wilderness, museum, zoo, bar mitzvah, love bed, grave. A thief myself, I understand why she stole: her hunger and defiance"--Phyllis Koestenbaum. Diane Sher Lutovich, a writer and teacher of writing, ...more
Paperback, 70 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Sixteen Rivers Press
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May 12, 2015 Brendan added it
Shelves: lady-poets
Rating: 3 1/2

Poems about coastal nature scenes, old age, health issues, etc. It's a sad collection, so don't read it for a morale booster.

There are a few pieces that stood out to me:

"Love and Syntax"
"Objets d'Art" - about Gaugoin and the women he painted
"What I Stole"
"From Opposite Sides of the Glass"

Note: The cover features Seated Figure With Hat, a painting by Richard Diebenkorn. It's a side view of a woman who is wearing a dress and a hat.

Sharon rated it it was amazing
Apr 28, 2009
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