Archive for the ‘Sunset’ Tag

Somewhere Along The Tanque Verde Wash   Leave a comment

Somewhere Along the Tanque Verde Wash — Image by kenne

Life,
Hiding in the shadows
Giving distinction to words
Passing with each moment

Death,
Longing to connect
Extending a hand
In its dark silhouette

Seeker,
Walking in the aura
Existing on the watch
Rotating with each reflection

— kenne

End Of Day Reflections   Leave a comment

Sunset Reflections-72End of Day Reflections — Image by kenne

Picture window
Fall sunset

Darkness settles
Lights shine inside

Window reflects 
Sunset is gone

Day becomes night
Mirror window

‘Look in thy glass and tell the face thou viewest …’ 

— kenne

Posted November 17, 2019 by kenneturner in Fall, Information, Photography, Poetry, Sunset

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Unfoldment   1 comment

Tucson From The Ridge (1 of 1)-3-72Tucson Basin Sunset — Image by kenne

Each idea planted
yet not the first
is a new beginning
forming the orientation
for the next step
without direction
creating a path
with each step
of unfoldment.
Each step
like an idea
leads to another.
— kenne

Talk Of Rain Coming   1 comment

Rain 8-24-10Rain Clouds At Sunset — Image by kenne

rain clouds at sunset
talk of rain coming

creeks and washes dry
talk of rain coming

maybe not today
talk of rain coming

maybe tomorrow
talk of rain coming

rain clouds without rain
talk of rain coming

talk of rain coming
talk. . .

— kenne

My Sky, Shades of Red, Blue, and Indigo   1 comment

Shades of Red, Blue, and Indigo — Image by kenne

My sky is full of

passion

drowning out the

melancholy

of late afternoon

blues

as I contemplate the color of

energy

mixing with the color of

music —

feeling the Duke’s

mood indigo

making for a

shepherd’s delight.

— kenne

Evening Solitude   Leave a comment

Patio August 2010Evening Solitude — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Only that which does not teach,
Which does not cry out,
Which does not persuade,
Which does not condescend,
Which does not explain,
Is irresistible.

— W. B. Yeats

Drift On My Friend, Drift On   2 comments

 

East Texas Sunset-Edit-1-art-72-2East Texas Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Growing up, I recall an old-timer
Who was poor, but knew the truth
The difference between right and wrong
Telling me to take whatever comes,
Moving on down the river
Like a drifting boat —
Drift on my friend, drift on.

— kenne

 

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