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May By Ricky Garni
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Desert lobsters, rumpled tuxedos, bosomy Emily Dickinson and the unaptly named Sleeping Eight and Shakespeare in a Peek-A-Boo Dress. Month seven of the 12 month project continues apace and aflirty.
July By Ricky Garni
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It begins with vegetarians and ends with those tiny little cymbals so often seen on the fingertips of gypsies. Do not be surprised if there are deathbeds, dosey dos, and honeymoons in Niagara Falls... More > in between, because honestly, at this point, there are.< Less
Michelle By Ricky Garni
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An innocent visit to a family grave sends my mind a'reeling back in the 1994. I couldn't understand why the Mother and Father had plots next to the daughter-in-law and her small children, and yet the... More > son was nowhere in sight. And why did the daughter's grave read "Saved Through The Grace of God." I mean, this is a funny thing to happen in the 19th century, and even more fun to think about at the end of the 20th. And not as creepy as it sounds. Meanwhile, Michelle eats red beans and rice, somewhere between Hollywood and North Carolina.< Less
Peppermint By Ricky Garni
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A short series of prose poems written on holiday in the winter of 1995 in search of Florida's Devil's Punchbowl. Along the way, clowns are discovered, snooty art is seen, murderers do murdering... More > things, eel grass commences, manatees are considered, honeybuns are relished and icy pools find a place in our hearts. Nevertheless, no Punchbowl–Devil's or otherwise–is revealed. This volume was the very first Wing Ding committed to paper.< Less
Make It Too Wavy By Ricky Garni
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The second in the Wavy trilogy of smooth-sailing poetry collections from 1995-2007. I took up this project kicking and screaming, literally, really super fussy and not easy to live or be with kind of... More > thing, but somehow, now, I like it. Seriously. Not sure why, though, I seem to make everything in the wavy world so, well, orangey.< Less
October By Ricky Garni
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A poem a day, written every day during the month of October, 2004, that sometimes works, sometimes doesn't work at all, sometimes is perfectly fine. BONUS FEATURE: a trio of prose poems in which the... More > A Team operates under the exquisite accent and infinite tenderness of a honest-to-god Roman Emperor.< Less
NEW MUSHROOMS By Ricky Garni
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Twelve Variable Essays on Love, based upon the flights of fighting birds, WALDEN which is nice to read on a bus, Chinese take-out, and worms that seem to spell 'mortality' every time that they seem... More > to say Just You Wait when you accidentally smoosh them on the rainy sidewalks of life, or love, or what-have-you.< Less
Pommes Frites By Ricky Garni
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Do I hate everything in this book? No, I don't. In fact I even made a separate little book for 'Chinese Proverbs' (called 'Pillows') and 'Memories' was the first poem in 'Make It Wavy.' But I can say... More > I hated the rest – until I edited it again, twice. Then I said, 'Not bad, not bad at all.' And then I edited it one more time and said, 'But not really good, either.' I recommend that you read this book once, and only edit it twice.< Less
Age of Anxiety By Ricky Garni
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A symphony of uneasiness, from the choice of fonts to the choice of wrinkly muses. Oh. And let's not forget the choice of bicycles declared ("Hercules") the choice of titans chosen (Atlas,... More > for God's sake) and the inclusion of the words 'Pinot Grigio' and even Señor Richmond on a naked romp, all free and dangly. Oh. And there's more, too.< Less
Christine By Ricky Garni
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On July 15, 1974, Christine Chubbuck, a Sarasota newscaster, took her own life during a morning news broadcast. She had desired a life that she could imagine for others but not for herself; she... More > had believed in her own judgment, and her judgment had told her that she would always be alone. Perhaps as a relief from such thoughts, or from a satisfaction of her new place in history, or for other reasons that no one will ever know, one of the last things Christine did that morning, and in front of the camera, was smile.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
Paperback: $20.00