Archive for the ‘Tucson’ Tag

Two Leaves On A Bench   1 comment

Aspen Draw Trail-8483-Edit-3-art-Edit-1-72.jpgTwo Leaves On A Bench — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Two leaves on a bench
Holding on to each other
Braced against fall winds.

— kenne

 

Sonoran Desert Sunset   Leave a comment

Sunset (1 of 1)-72-Edit-1-art-72Sonoran Desert Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“Sunsets are proof
that no matter what
happens, everyday
can end beautifully.”

 

 

A Spring Bouquet   Leave a comment

spring bouquetA Spring Bouquet — Image by kenne

The same wildflowers, a different spring.
What matters is that it is spring.
What matters is that they return each spring.
What matters is each spring will be different.
What matters most is that the same wildflowers
           always return with each different spring.

— kenne

Sunglasses   1 comment

Joy

I thought about you, girlfriend

I thought about today
Taking a big breath.

I thought about tomorrow
Exceeding my grasp.

I thought about time
Wondering about timeless.

I thought about life
Asking the question.


I thought about people
Knowing not what I see.

I thought about what is
Wondering why?

I thought about ideals
Seeking what should be.

I thought about art
Becoming aware.

I thought about love
Touching the feeling.


I thought about Joy
Feeling love inside.

I thought about you,
Walking with long shadows.

I thought about tomorrow
Sharing your path.

— kenne

Posted February 26, 2019 by kenneturner in Information, Joy, Tucson

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Desert Rosemallow (Hibiscus coulteri)   Leave a comment

Desert Rosemallow Hibiscus coulteri-72.jpgDesert Rosemallow (Hibiscus coulteri) — Image by kenne

We spent the day
driving in the rain
from Houston to Ft. Stockton,
before that
five days of no sun.

This posting
is in preparation
for our return to
the Sonoran Desert
and springtime.

— kenne

Yarrow Wildflower   2 comments

Sunset Trail HikeYarrow  Wildflower (Achillea Millefolium) on Mt. Lemmon — Images by kenne

a beautiful plant

alive or dry

long lasting

diffidently not a

one-night stand

possessing 

herbal properties

providing a variety

of benefits

throughout the ages

medieval to modern

known for

clotting blood to

increasing intelligence

just ask the 

 Pueblo peoples —

try chewing before

fire-eating.

— kenne

Speak To Me Of Stones   Leave a comment

Arches_20111229_1047 blogDel Sol Arches — HDR Image by kenne

Speak to me of stones
Without stones, there is no arch —
A symbol of strength.

— kenne

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