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Dragonfly   1 comment

Dragonfly2013-7998 blogBlue Dragonfly — Image by kenne

The Dragon-fly

Today I saw the dragon-fly
Come from the wells where he did lie.
An inner impulse rent the veil
Of his old husk: from head to tail
Came out clear plates of sapphire mail.
He dried his wings: like gauze they grew;
Thro’ crofts and pastures wet with dew
A living flash of light he flew.

— Alfred Lord Tennyson

Capturing The Moment — A Girl And The Sea   4 comments

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013Images by kenne

“It was many and many a year ago, 
         In a kingdom by the sea, 
   That a maiden there lived whom you may know 
         By the name of ANNABEL LEE; 
   And this maiden she lived with no other thought 
         Than to love and be loved by me.”

— from the poem, Annabel Lee, by Edgar Allen Poe

A Journey Of Inch By Inch   4 comments

Doubtful Canyon Weekend Dec 2012

Image by kenne

“And the world cannot be discovered by a journey of miles,
no matter how long and far-reaching,
but only by a spiritual journey,
a journey of inch by inch,
on the inside,
very arduous and humbling and joyful,
by which we arrive at the ground underneath our own feet,
where we learn to be fully at home.”

  — Wendell Berry

Cartoon du jour — Grammar Nazi   4 comments


Source: Bob Lucas Facebook Page


Those who follow my blog may not believe this, but I do work at improving my grammar and spelling — like I even get daily email’s from Daily Writing Tips. Still, at this elderly age, I remain what educators refer to as a “low potential, high achiever” student. My goal is to learn something new each day — a continuous process of improving.

When I was much younger I would become embarrassed when the Grammar Nazis would correct me. But, in time I learned that there is a positive side of embarrassment — now I urge corrective feedback.

Mistakes open the door to creativity,  just don’t let your pride get in the way.


(Dedicated to brother, Thomas R. Turner.)

Grammar Nazi

Connecting then to now, moment to moment . . .   3 comments

(Photo: My View of The Lake Robbins Bridge, The Woodlands, Texas)


This is my new blog.
I’m interested in sharing ideas,
progressive thoughts, photos, poems,
and answers to how we can make

this planet a better place for all.

In June of 2008, I began blogging on WordPress. At that time, I was not new to blogging
since I had done so on Yahoo 360. So one of my first WordPress entries was to revisit
my first Yahoo 360 entry in 2005.

Connecting then to now, moment to moment . . .

I can still see him now,
walking the land
at the end of our day.
His long shadow
stretching across the land
saluting the setting sun.
Listening to the breeze
slowly moving the pines
in concert with the sunset.

Surveying his domain
in a moment of thanks.
Collecting the feelings
inspired by nature’s
changing of the guard.
Continuing life’s connection
to all things now
and all things to come.

Even as before, I watch
him through youthful eyes.
Now knowing his thoughts,
formed by years of experience
and a Devine connection
to the rhythm of the ages,
the language of the universe.

Not just another sunset,
but a passing of the baton.
Connecting the day with the night,
yesterday with tomorrow,
creating moments of recollection
of life’s passages from now to forever,
insuring our never-ending existence.

— kenne

Posted June 21, 2012 by kenneturner in Information, Life, Photography, Poetry

Tagged with , , , — This One Is On Me!   Leave a comment

“This One Is On Me!” Image by Joy

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