The Gift

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September 23, 2022 by The Citron Review

by Judith Fox


Do you know who I am? I asked him.

Unable to find my name,
my husband burrowed
through wanderings of tangles and plaques, the dust of cells, ruptured

You’re my best friend, Ed said.


Judith Fox started writing poetry after the spare text she wrote for her photography book, I Still Do: Loving and Living with Alzheimer’s rekindled a life-long love of poetry. She is a finalist for BLR’s spring 2022 poetry prize and her poems are in journals including Sugar House Review, Off the Coast, Innisfree Poetry Journal and Typehouse Literary Magazine. Fox is also a fine art photographer; her work is in numerous museum collections.




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