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Leaves On A Log — Photo-Artistry   Leave a comment

Fall Leaves on Log Painting-blogLeaves On A Log — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Went looking for faith on the forest floor,
and it showed up everywhere.
In the sun, and the water,
and the falling leaves,
the falling leaves of time.

— Neil Young

Mt. Lemmon Leaves   5 comments

Mt. Lemmon Leaves-Edit-1-art-blogMt. Lemmon Leaves — Photo-Artistry by kenne

 

Posted October 26, 2018 by kenneturner in Arizona, Information, Photo-Artistry, Tucson Arizona

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Fall Leaves At Peace   Leave a comment

fall-leaves-blogFall Leaves at Peace — Image by kenne

Fall leaves at peace
still
holding raindrops
coming in the darkness

of night, understated,
still,
I wish the drops 

would soak the leaves

as if to give them life
again,
connecting the ground,
breathing.

— kenne

Leaves On The Ground   Leave a comment

fall-leaves-1-of-1-blogLeaves On the Ground (Mt. Lemmon) — Image by kenne
Autumn Song

Leaves of brown they fall to the ground
And it’s here, over there leaves around
Shut the door, dim the lights and relax
What is more, your desire or the facts

Pitter patter the rain falling down
Little glamor sun coming round
Take a walk when autumn comes to town

Little stroll past the house on the hill
Some more coal on the fire will do well
And in a week or two it’ll be Halloween
Set the page and the stage for the scene

Little game the children will play
And as we watch them while time away
Look at me and take my breath away yeah

You’ll be smiling eyes beguiling
And the song on the breeze
Will call my name out and your dream

Chestnuts roasting outside as you walk
With your love by your side
The old accordion man plays mellow and bright
And you go home in the crispness of the night

Little later friends will be along
And if you feel like joining the throng
Just might feel like singing Autumn song
Just may feel like singing Autumn song

You’ll be smiling
Eyes beguiling
And the song on the breeze
Calls my name out in your dream

Chestnuts roasting outside
As you walk with your love by your side
And the old accordion plays mellow and bright
And you go home in the crispness of the night

Little later friends will be along
And if you feel like joining the throng
Just might feel like singing Autumn song
Just may feel like singing Autumn song

You’ll be smiling
Eyes beguiling
And the song on the breeze
Calls my name out in your dream

–Van Morrison 

 

 

Autumn Song, by Van Morrison (Video)

 

 

 

Nothing Gold Can Stay   5 comments

Leaves (1 of 1) blog“Nothing Gold Can Stay”  — Image by kenne

Nothing Gold Can Stay

Nature’s first green is gold,

Her hardest hue to hold,

Her early leaf’s a flower;

But only so an hour.

Then leaf subsides to leaf.

So Eden sank to grief,

So dawn goes down to day.

Nothing gold can stay.

– Robert Frost

Capturing The Moment — Leaves On A Log   2 comments

Bear Wallow  Leaves(1 of 1)-18_blogLeaves On A Log — Image by kenne

Leaves fall on a log

Adding color to its brown

Soon to be brown too.

— kenne

 

“. . . till they came to one wooden pole”   Leave a comment

Bear Wallow (1 of 1)-17_edit blogFall leaves and moss on an old tree stump, Mt. Lemmon. — Image by kenne

these people of the air

these people of the wind,

has a sense of where to go and how,

how to go north north-by-west north,

till they came to one wooden pole,

till they were home again.

— from The People, Yes, by Carl Sandburg

 

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