Blue Bottles . . . The Winds Of Time Trapped In Glass   3 comments

Rocky PointBlue Bottles at Sandy Beach, Puerto Peñasco — Image by kenne

Sand moves
on streets
by chance
staying on those
who sweep 
the streets 
of others.

Two ex-pats
in the shade
of the front porch
playing cards
hold’em?
fold’em?
passing time.

Bluebottles
stand for counting
ten?
twenty?
thirty?
tourist’s guessing
drive by.

. . . the winds of change
trapped in glass.

— kenne

Rocky PointImage by kenne

3 responses to “Blue Bottles . . . The Winds Of Time Trapped In Glass

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  1. Such a wonderful zany place, great capture Kenne! Kathi :O)

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  2. Reblogged this on Becoming is Superior to Being and commented:

    Puerto Peñasco Sonora is Arizona’s beach. In this time of COVID-19, very little traffic is headed south through Lukeville, Arizona. This post is from April, 2013. — kenne

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