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Yellow Larva of the Cloudless Sulfur Butterfly   Leave a comment

The Yellow Larva of the Cloudless Sulfur Butterfly on a Yellow Wood Sorrel Plant — Image by kenne

“For me, I am driven by two main philosophies:
know more today about the world than I knew
yesterday and lessen the suffering of others.
You’d be surprised how far that gets you.”

— Neil deGrasse Tyson 

Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly   4 comments

SCVN Nature Walk 08-15-12, Marshall GulchCloudless Sulphur Butterfly — Image by kenne

Happiness is a butterfly,

which when pursued,

is always just beyond your grasp,

but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.

— Nathaniel Hawthorne 

Indigo Blue, Revisited   3 comments

Indigo Blue (First Posted September 2012) — Image by kenne

Indigo Blue

I paint you

pixie green

in a background

of indigo blue

as you kiss

the last red

and yellow

bird of paradise

blossoms

as the contrasting

colors

of late summer

soothe the soul.

— kenne

Here’s Looking At You   4 comments

Cloudless Sulphur-0263 blog II“Here’s Looking At You” — Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly Image by kenne

What has to be given up is not the I,
as most mystics suppose:
this I is indispensable for any relationship,
including the highest,
which always presupposes an I and You.

— Martin Buber

Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly   2 comments

 

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Cloudless Sulphur-0299 blog.jpgCloudless Sulphur Butterfly — Images by kenne

 

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Sunsets & Yard Flowers September 2012Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly — Computer Art by kenne

Capturing yet another image,

later framing it for viewing

he thinks when viewed

through another’s eye,

his signature moment will remain.

— kenne

Ode To A Butterfly   8 comments

Sunsets & Yard Flowers September 2012Image by kenne

Ode To A Butterfly

Butterfly, oh butterfly, why do you hide in the shadows? 
Spread wide your wings, let your heart sing
And come dance with me in the meadow

Butterfly, oh butterfly, why do you fear? 
You’ll never stray, I’ll lead the way
Just follow the path, I’ll be near

Butterfly, oh butterfly, have you no hope? 
Drink of the sun, our life’s just begun
Thro time’s hills and valleys we’ll lope 

Butterfly, oh butterfly, dare you to dream? 
On our hearts we depend, shall we follow the wind
And consign to the fates grander scheme? 

Sheri Hockman
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