Tag Archives: Spring 2012

  1. The Janitor

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    March 14, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Danny P. Barbare   Mopping my way down that long hallway I start alone like always then the floor …
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  2. We Search for Ghosts Even Where We Know We Cannot Find Them

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    by Kirsten Clodfelter   My father calls me a woman now, a burden I must have somehow inherited from you. …
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  3. Sleight-of-Hand

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    March 14, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by José Luis Gutiérrez   It’s the reason that poem about a bonobo aspiring toward celibacy doesn’t work. Sense being …
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  4. I Met a Man

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    by Eva Konstantopoulos   I met a man while you slept. It was after we fought about the train tickets …
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  5. The Sticks

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    March 14, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by J.D. Isip   The trees in Seoul and in Songton are no thicker than my legs They say the …
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  6. Standing and Looking (With Someone You Love)

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    by Dana Masden   If you ever lose him, say at a party, as faces of people open to him …
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  7. BATHING IN THE HOT SPRINGS, ESALEN, 2008

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    by Carine Topal   I was naked from the start showering among strangers against a backdrop of ocean and sky, …
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  8. Neighborhood Watch

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    March 14, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Ray Shea   A dead hummingbird lay in the road like a broken Christmas ornament, lustrous green wings against …
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  9. Laws of Motion

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    by Nancy Whitley   The thump and hum of the tires hush and I sense his foot ease off the …
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  10. Breaking Inside

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    March 14, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Chad Haskins   3:00 A.M., twenty years in the making, finally…the bitch is leaving, forty-eight hours straight. Half-brother remains, smoking …
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