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New Year Poetry and Photography

New Year Poetry and Photography

We’ve had some strong additions recently to our Spinozablue archives, most of them by previous contributors. Poetry by Hilary Sideris, Ricky Garni, Sean Howard, and Frederick Pollack grace our pages in 2021, and Ricky Garni brings us some of his photography as well. Please give them a close read/look and add comments on the Contact us page.     *     *     *     Have started another book by Elisabeth Roudinesco, Why Psychoanalysis? Of special interest to me so far is her depiction…

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Photography by Ricky Garni

Photography by Ricky Garni

Ricky Garni’s poetry has graced the pages of Spinozablue more than a few times, but this is our intro to his excellent photography. The scenes above are set primarily in North Carolina, where he travels freely. Unlike yours truly, he uses actual professional gear to create his photographic visions. The difference is noticeable. His photos can be found in many venues across the Internet. I list two such links below: Ricky Garni on Flickr Checkerberry Pastures “As a photographer, I…

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New Poetry From Ricky Garni

New Poetry From Ricky Garni

LADY Every time someone says Signorina I see the word in my mind – it lingers for just a moment and then disappears into the æther letter by letter, until only one letter remains and the final letter that remains keeps haunting me late into the night this letter of glory that the wizards and sages call G   I NEVER GET INTO TROUBLE Walking through town carrying my purple suitcase unless I wander into a neighborhood filled with purple…

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Upon Further Reflection

Upon Further Reflection

We have new poetry from several excellent writers for our June issue. Donal Mahoney, Corey Mesler, Isaac Black, William Doreski, Ricky Garni and Steve F. Klepetar. They’ve each added a spark to Spinozablue and expand its history. *     *     *     *     * Pathways have always intrigued me. Especially deep pathways that go on forever, with tall thick woods all around that deepen as you go further in. They should scare you just a little bit and make you question why…

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Ricky Garni: To Give or Not to Give

Ricky Garni: To Give or Not to Give

SONATA EYES   Sonata Eyes Part I Keep in mind that when you call someone Sonata Eyes, you are suggesting that the music that comes from their eyes is played on one instrument only, usually a piano or violin, although I believe that sometimes the violin sonata has a piano accompany it. I am not sure – I will check on it. In the meantime, call someone Violin Sonata Eyes just to be sure, because then they are more complex,…

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