Category Archives: Poetry

  1. Surrender

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    June 22, 2022 by The Citron Review

    by Christopher Ankney   The unwatched hot iron, I don’t trust it not to lay on the blouse, ignore how …
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  2. Eating Chå Cá Lã Vong in Texarkana

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    June 22, 2022 by The Citron Review

    by Annette Sisson   In childhood I thought rice a strain of wheat, an eastern branch  of the genealogical  tree …
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  3. A Tickle in Her Throat

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    June 22, 2022 by The Citron Review

    by Kristin Entler   and this almost-girl learns to swirl a spoon through a brew thinned to last her through …
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  4. Whelk

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    June 22, 2022 by The Citron Review

    by Deborah Leipziger   Speak to me of enclosures of the way things nest  and rest  Open the chain, the …
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  5. Monster

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    June 22, 2022 by The Citron Review

    by Jose Hernandez Diaz   Beneath my bed is a giant green monster. I call it fear of public speaking …
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  6. The Long and the Short Vowels

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    June 22, 2022 by The Citron Review

    by Gunilla Theander Kester   change the meaning of words  the long O in MOR becomes a cuddly  word for …
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  7. Notes on the Micros

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    June 22, 2022 by The Citron Review

    Being Micros editor at The Citron Review means that I have the honor of reading incredible work that pushes the …
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  8. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    June 22, 2022 by The Citron Review

    Summer in Nashville is hot, and I feel that, wherever you are, readers, it’s probably hot there as well. May …
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  9. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    March 21, 2022 by The Citron Review

    My family just moved to Nashville. Moving is a hard time, but one that is exciting because you replace a …
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  10. Notes on the Micros

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    March 21, 2022 by The Citron Review

    German philosopher and critical theorist Theodor W. Adorno wrote: “To write poetry after Auschwitz is barbaric.” It’s oft-quoted, misquoted, embraced, …
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