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Seen In Tucson   Leave a comment

Seen In Tucson (1 of 1) blog IIIEl Rapido Wall Poster — Image by kenne

Mexico

I parted
like a note divided
in search of itself.

I looked
in the colors of night
for day’s shadows.

I hunted 
rivers lights
in old dreams.

Double essence so closely bound
tightrope of my natural order.

Mexico.

Sometimes I think of you
on afternoons like this
An old distress comes over me.

Serch for paths of earth
at the edge of the depth.

On warm banks
blue-feathered herons
cultivate red pearls.

There is no time for weeping
if you are to live in me.

Memories were never
the liquid measure of love.

— Lucha Corpi

Spring Folk Festival In The Old Pueblo   Leave a comment

tucson-folk-festival-2011-04-30-collage-ii-blog IITucson Folk Festival — Image by kenne

Spring folk festival

Americana music

In the Old Pueblo.

— kenne

Desert abstract   4 comments

Saguaro In Sabino Canyon (1 of 1) desert abstract blogDesert Abstract — Computer Art by kenne

“I am so far from being a pessimist…
on the contrary, in spite of my scars,
I am tickled to death at life.”

― Eugene O’Neill

Old Pueblo Christmas   Leave a comment

 

Old Pueblo Christmas_art blogOld Pueblo Christmas — Computer Art by kenne

Enhancing the color
of Sonoran Desert scenes

is not necessary,
but something I can’t resist —
not that it’s better,
it’s just mine!

— kenne

MERRY CHRISTMAS —

PEACE AND LOVE TO ALL!

Jazz At The Old Pueblo   3 comments

Old Pueblo

Jazz at the Old Pueblo — Image by kenne

“Do you hear a sound?

That sound isn’t promising anything

or proving anything

or explaining

or excusing anything

or meaning anything

or, pardon me for speaking rankly—

selling or buying anything.

Truth doesn’t sell or buy: truth sings.

I hear singing.”

— E. E. Cummings

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