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Poetry | June 2021

Poetry submissions by Chronogram readers, selected and edited by Phillip X Levine.

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Poetry | May 2021

Whale There’s a whale in my backyard

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Poetry | April 2021

Life, love, and Jesus: all themes explored in this month's collection of poetry.

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Poetry | March 2021

Poetry from the March 2021 issue of Chronogram.

Poetry | February 2021

Wildfire These mornings I wake with an alarm bell in my throat, wild

Poetry | January 2021

Mimi the Hunter Caught two mice tossed them in bed One alive one dead Was a three-mouse night One was grey, one brown and white third was just vomit

Poetry | December 2020

Class of ‘69 Carl keeps an excel spreadsheet for the class of ’69.

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Poetry | November 2020

Poems submitted by Chronogram readers.

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Poetry | October 2020

Poems submitted by Chronogram readers

Poetry | September 2020

A selection of poetry submitted by Chronogram readers.

Poetry | August 2020

A selection of poetry submitted by Chronogram readers.

Poetry | July 2020

A selection of poetry submitted by Chronogram readers.

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Poetry | June 2020

A selection of poetry submitted by Chronogram readers.

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Poetry | May 2020

A selection of poetry submitted by Chronogram readers.

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Chronogram Poetry | April 2020

A selection of poetry submitted by Chronogram readers and edited by Philip X Levine.

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Chronogram Poetry | March 2020

A selection of poetry submitted by Chronogram readers and edited by Philip X Levine.

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