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Driftwood Fires   Leave a comment

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013Driftwood Fires — Image by kenne

birds fly high
footprints disappear
under the tide

shadows move
the sun sets
you groove

on down the shore
where good people
go looking for armour

driftwood fires
the song of water
nature’s choir

stars above
provides direction
for the lonely gulls

the silent nights
amplify the waves
passing ship lights

girls and boys spoon
embracing as they
jump over the moon.

— kenne

Texas Crescent Butterfly   2 comments

Texas Crecent 10-08-15-9376 blogTexas Crescent Butterfly — Computer Art by kenne

Journey

I have seen the wind’s tails
the breeze’s buds.
I have seen the griffon bird
& Delgadina’s tower.

Where do you come from,
o where?

I have seen a blue road
& some girls
were singing the old ballad
of the olive tree in green.

Do you know where I come from,
my sweet girl?
Well . . . from your smile is where,
your last smile.

— Federico Garcia Lorca

Short Yellow Flower   Leave a comment

Desert MuseumYellow Flower — Computer Painting by kenne

Short yellow flower

From sunflower family

Loves his tall brother.

— kenne

Greater Roadrunner Photo Essay   3 comments

(Click on Any of the Tiled Images for a Larger View in a Slideshow Format.)

Greater Roadrunner Photo Essay by kenne

Alert and cunning

All business searching for food

This is not a show.

— kenne

Sabino Creek Above The Dam   1 comment

Sabino Creek above the Dam-1326 blogSabino Creek Above The Dam — Image by kenne

Desert Oasis
Shaded escape from the heat —
Nature’s waterhole.

Sometimes drying up
Before the monsoon season —
Desert high and dry.

— kenne

Mariposa Lily   Leave a comment

molino-basin-to-prison-camp-37-mariposa-lily-blog II.jpgMariposa Lily — Image by kenne

There, standing alone

A mariposa lily

Adorns the dry field.

— kenne

 

Silverpuff Blossom and Seeds   Leave a comment

Friday with Friends & Molino Basin to Prison CampSilverpuff Blossom and Seeds — Image by kenne

When picturing a wildflower
I see the blossom
not the seeds.

Picture a dandelion
a pretty yellow wildflower
not named after its
annoying seeds.

Picture a silverpuff
a pretty yellow wildflower
with toothed rays
radiating star-like points

only to be named after its
beautiful seeds —
a secondhand blossom.

— kenne

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