Old Ranch Bunkhouse Along The De Anza Trail   14 comments

Bunkhouse Windows — Images by kenne

Hidden

Under a thick mesquite bosque,

A barbwire fence

Separates 

The historic Juan Bautista de Anza trail

From an old

Abandoned building,

Whose cracked adobe walls

And collapsing roof

Provide sunlight and shadow 

Through yawning windows

On individual items

Of cowboys past —

Enduring whispers

From a permanent

Desert breeze

Bearing celebratory voices

After a hard day’s ride.

kenne

 

14 responses to “Old Ranch Bunkhouse Along The De Anza Trail

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  1. This is a beautiful set.

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  2. Perfect poem for the picture! And I love those old boots!
    Blessings ~ Wendy

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  3. I think those shoes just might still have a little life left in them.

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  4. Like the complexites of each picture.

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  5. Beautiful! I like the set.

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