New Mexico Poetry Renaissance
Sharon Niederman, Miriam Sagan
Red Crane Books, 1994 - Poetry - 224 pages
In La Opera, Leroy Quintana writes: "When Roberto's mother asked / him if he liked the opera / he, of course, said, si / because he truly does, / (particularly Puccini), / and she immediately, / said she did not, that / when la Operah came on / at four with her chisme / she immediately switches / to some other channel."
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