Tag Archives: Poetry

  1. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    The other day, I was teaching a creative writing class and showed Charlotte Pence’s “Consciousness” on the overhead, as I …
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  2. St. Augustine Sits

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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Michael Pittard   next to me peeling my pear with his bitten fingernails the flesh receding at his gentle …
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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Salvador Villanueva Translated from Spanish by Gustavo Rivera   I used to always bite my nails I sat in …
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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Salvador Villanueva Translated from Spanish by Gustavo Rivera     Salvador Villanueva, born in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, in 1947, …
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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Salvador Villanueva Translated from Spanish by Gustavo Rivera   Bitter yes very bitter. In this orchard another rose was …
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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Salvador Villanueva Translated from Spanish by Gustavo Rivera   Now you’ll want to laugh to laugh jaw swinging to …
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  7. Revelation

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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Michael Pittard   You can’t leave the radishes on the table because the sun will only devour them. Instead, …
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  8. Gift Shop at the Museum of Fear

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    March 21, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Rikki Santer Rikki Santer’s poetry has received many honors including five Pushcart and three Ohioana book award nominations as …
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  9. Each house in twilight, its own

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    December 22, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by C M Taylor   small country: bordered & boarded up invisibly against the outside, alien. When strangers cross our …
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  10. Ascent of the Blessed (c. 1505-1515)

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    December 22, 2020 by The Citron Review

    by James Kelly Quigley   How can I describe it? More liquid than electric. Coals gleamed like eyes. It kept …
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