Tag Archives: Poetry

  1. The Problem With Not Owning a Ladder

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    December 22, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Charles Rafferty   People head home under all sorts of circumstances – the road made blurry by a third …
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  2. Lives of Truffles

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    December 22, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Alison Hicks   Homing, it’s called, when fungal hyphae attract other hyphae fuse and branch to form a spreading, …
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  3. The Ghost Hotel

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    December 22, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Douglas Cole   Those who have gone before us are available for consultations after lunch in the fire room. …
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  4. Hunger

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    December 22, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Sher Ting   饭1 and 烦2 Funny how two words phoneticised the same in Chinese but meant vastly different …
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  5. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    December 22, 2021 by The Citron Review

    When I think about the poems of Citron’s winter issue, one word that comes to mind is curiosity. Curiosity, I …
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  6. There’s no answer to the way the body remembers

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    September 23, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Peter Grandbois   The pain in your hip dipping like a swallow over the grass The ache in your …
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  7. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    September 23, 2021 by The Citron Review

    The gerund moving and the infinitive to move have different connotations. Moving conjures a range of pathos, from how-exciting-it-is-to-be-getting-out-of-here! or to-someplace-new! …
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  8. Estrogen Gives and Estrogen Takes

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    September 23, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Megan Lim   I The winter is greying upon us, prying its way in. We pray for snow, for …
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  9. Cuts

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    September 23, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Cate McGowan   Today, I fashion a scarf from your seven braids,  weave a coverlet of sorrows. The warp: …
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  10. Falling Is the Deadest Thing (a cento)

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    September 23, 2021 by The Citron Review

    by Cate McGowan   All day long, we are in love with water. I don’t want to say anything. What …
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