Tag Archives: Notes on the Micros

  1. Notes on the Micros

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    March 21, 2022 by The Citron Review

    German philosopher and critical theorist Theodor W. Adorno wrote: β€œTo write poetry after Auschwitz is barbaric.” It’s oft-quoted, misquoted, embraced, …
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  2. Notes on the Micros

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    December 22, 2021 by The Citron Review

      Today I’m going to a house between 10am and 4pm to pick up a bottle of award-winning marinade. It …
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  3. Notes on the Micros

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    September 23, 2021 by The Citron Review

    Out here in our beloved Western city, it was a hard year to grow anything. Our apartment’s patio was hopeful …
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  4. Notes on the Micros

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    June 20, 2021 by The Citron Review

    Where do inspiration and organization meet? Are they at war? Or is it more of a cooperative struggle resulting in …
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  5. Notes on the Micros

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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    Spring means baseball. I believe it’s a poetic game. The green expanse, the dust clouds, the quiet waiting for the …
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  6. Notes on the Micros

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    December 20, 2020 by The Citron Review

    Crack the classroom windows, even though the air is freezing. Prop the door to get that science-approved cross ventilation. Gasp …
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  7. Notes on the Micros

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    September 23, 2020 by The Citron Review

    Sometimes we blow the bubble. It has to be big enough to hold us in. To keep the unwanted realities …
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  8. 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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  9. 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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