Tag Archives: Ricky Garni

Insomnia

As you write a note at the kitchen table and you hear the sound of a leaf falling to the earth Don’t blame yourself there’s nothing you could have done Ricky Garni was born in Miami and grew up in … Continue reading

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The Therapy of Bliss

They sat together on the couch and held hands for twenty minutes. They released their hands when the egg timer’s bell rang. Ricky Garni was born in Miami and grew up in Florida and Maine. He works as a graphic … Continue reading

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Wishing Well

You might think you want to be a fish but imagine swimming without your arms. Imagine not being able to breathe while you are staring into the Grand Canyon. Imagine how little you could do with a nice Steinway, and … Continue reading

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Virgule

Parenthesis bracing bushes and apostrophes climbing trees. Ellipses are on the horizon and question marks are in the sky. Donkeys walk in dashes and butterflies like asterisks, I know that’s all she sees but I don’t think she cares to … Continue reading

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Bravo!

I see a freight train of success coming towards me and I am going to let it hit me, Richard said. And he did; but what did he do after it hit him? Nothing, because the freight train was going … Continue reading

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According to My Observations

Unless kept under control, mint will take over the world. Do not hesitate to use crushed or whole leaf in yogurt and chutneys. You are doing the world of everything that is not mint a great service. In fact, only … Continue reading

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Fire Hazard

The man who slapped me was only trying to help me and play golf I was seven years old, reaching out to touch a block of dry ice In my heart I knew he was doing what was best and … Continue reading

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