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Cape Hatteras Light Station   1 comment

Cape Hatteras Light Station 04-07-08-art-72Cape Hatteras Light Station (04/08/07) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“While rises in the west the coastwise range,
slowly the hushed land —
Combustion at the astral core — the dorsal change
Of energy — convulsive shift of sand …
But we, who round the capes, the promontories
Where strange tongues vary messages of surf
Below grey citadels, repeating to the stars
The ancient names — return home to our own
Hearths, there to eat an apple and recall
The songs that gypsies dealt us at Marseille
Or how the priests walked — slowly through Bombay —
Or to read you, Walt, — knowing us in thrall”

— from 4. Cape Hatteras by Hart Crane

Daughter And Dad On A Rainbow Day   1 comment

Outer Banks 2013“Daughter And Dad On A Rainbow Day” (Hannah & Jason Morris — Outer Backs 06/07/13) — Image by kenne

 

Storm Fence   Leave a comment

Outer Banks 2013Storm Fence — Image by kenne

Today the sea is calm.

Shadows move on the sand.

Tonight the winds blow.

The moon on the water.

Moon beneath the winds.

Stars stay on the night.

— kenne

Outer Banks Sunset   2 comments

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013Outer Banks Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

 

Outer Banks Sunset   Leave a comment

Sunset On The Beach-art-72-2Outer Banks Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

We walk the shoreline

Meditating on our life 

Blinded by the light.

— kenne

To Make Soft . . .   Leave a comment

beach-web-1385-1-art-72Photo-Artistry by kenne

To Make Soft . . .

Words,
words have feelings

Feelings,
feelings are everything

Struggling,
struggling to share feelings

Placing,
placing petitions of desire

Door,
door of your heart

Shut,
shut not the door

Love,
love will concur

Scorn,
scorn not what we do

Looking,
looking for peace of mind

Truth,
truth will set us free

Explaining,
explaining not what is real

Complicated,
complicated for the weak

Knowing,
knowing not our time to go

Lifetime,
lifetime is no time at all

— kenne

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