Category Archives: Poetry

  1. Dianthus Clavelina, Sprout!

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by John Linstrom   Darkling seed, paper-thin, consider all the growth you’ve seen: a shriveled tab three aphids wide erupted …
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  2. Tarot Reading: The Hanged Man (inverted)

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by Connie Wasem Scott   It’s clear he’ll never be happy. He’s strung up by an ankle and hangs from …
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  3. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    Summer 2020 is a tumultuous time in our nation’s history and the world. Not one person has emerged unscathed, and …
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  4. Soft Palms

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by JR Rhine   There have always been those who’ve known soft palms, to whom the earth has never reflected …
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  5. Notes on the Micros

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    He was given a chance, but he just wouldn’t. In an interview the other day, the Vice President of the …
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  6. Occupation

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by Ace Boggess   Much of my work involves digging holes to fill them in so the patch of earth …
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  7. Bones

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by Shome Dasgupta   of what once was: clavicles bonded by time, found between red-yellow eyes, once existed–howling heads of …
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  8. Know No Better

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by Shome Dasgupta   let beams be slant: let it be, go forth boneless beams– bent like bent like bent …
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  9. Litany with Downpour

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    June 21, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by Despy Boutris   Rain christens the city, fog as heavy as buildings. The wind wafts between the trees, the …
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  10. Notes on the Micros

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    March 19, 2020 by The Citron Review

    Everything’s too big. If the number is written down, the writer stops writing, starts crying. Again. The deaths multiply in …
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Yellow Flower in Green Field

Niigata Field Flower, June 2020, Gretchen Jude

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