Archive for the ‘Sweetwater’ Category

The Pole Vaulter   1 comment

dragonfly (1 of 1)-3-Edit-1-art-II-72The Pole Vaulter — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Run fast, fly high.

Flame Skimmer   1 comment

Flame SkimmerArt-72.jpgFlame Skimmer — Photo-Artistry by kenne

I love to see the sunshine on the wings of the Dragonflies…
there is magic in it.

— Ama H.Vanniarachchy

Green   Leave a comment

Sweetwater Green Algee-Edit-3-art-72.jpgGreen — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Green is the colour of her kind
Quickness of the eye
Deceives the mind
Envy is the bond between
The hopefull and the damned.

— from Green is the Colour, by Pink Floyd

Twisted Pair   1 comment

BoliviaBrown Darner Dragonfly (Sweetwater Wetlands) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

TWISTER PAIR

Dragonflies abound
in the desert wetlands,
often landing
on cattail blades,
captured by photographers
painted by painters
for sale in shops named
“Cattails and Dragonflies.”

One of life’s
enticing combos,
inspiring poets
and mythmakers
over the relationship
existing by the water
as if it were
an unbreakable bond.

What then of
the dragonfly that
rests its two pair
on a fence
of twisted pair
that separates
the desert from
desert wetlands.

Was this a case
of mistaken identity?
Not likely, with eyes
of a hundred lenses,
so was it a
one-night stand,
brief act infidelity,
or a “middle-age crisis?

  — kenne

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