Archive for the ‘Jaxon’ Tag

“All Women Are Wounded”   1 comment

Kate & Jaxon (1 of 1) 1x1_edit blogKate and Jaxon — Image by kenne

All women are wounded
Who gather berries, dibble in mottled light.
Turn white roots from humus, crack nuts on stone
High upland with squinted eye
or rest in cedar shade.
Are wounded
In yurt or frame or mothers
Shopping at the outskirts in fresh clothes.
Whose sick eye bleeds the land,
Fast it!    thick throat shields from evil,
you young girls
First caught with the gut-cramp
Gather punk wood and sour leaf
keep out of our kitchen.
Your garden plots, your bright fabrics
Clever ways to carry children

Hide
a beauty like season or tide,
sea cries . . .

— from “Praise for Sick Women” by Gary Snyder

Capturing The Moment — Mother and Son   6 comments

Kate & Jaxon (1 of 1) 1x1_edit blog“Mother and Son” Katie Turner Bailey & Kenne Jaxon Bailey (September 14, 2014) — Image by kenne

She is special.

The gate-keeper

To his life,

Knowing when to open

When to close —

Protecting;

Sharing;

Comforting;

Loving.

She is special,

She is a

Mother —

He is special.

— kenne

A Sunday Outing Along The Poudre River   1 comment

Poudre River Wildflowers (1 of 1)-2 blog framed

My daughter, Kate and her family (Matt, Nick and Jaxon) and I walked a trail near the Poudre River northwest of Ft. Collins, Colorado (September 14, 2014).
Click on and of the tiled images for a larger view in a slideshow format,or view the images in my Flickr account. 
I have other photos of this beautiful country I will be sharing in future postings. — Images by kenne

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