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January Poetry Blitz: Christine Boyka Kluge

Jar of Bees He stored his anger like a swarm of killer bees in a baby food jar, then hid the jar in the musty dumbwaiter at his core. The passageway under his ribs was dark and drafty, echoing with … Continue reading

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“Tenderness” by Christine Boyka Kluge

(Christine Boyka Kluge’s blogs always give me a wondrous uplift with her combination of equisite nature photographs, choice quotations from poets, and smart reflections about life. And her book of prose poems, Stirring the Mirror, is one of the more … Continue reading

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