Poem with Photos by Patty Turner

Poem with Photos by Patty Turner

Photo and poem by Patty Turner

There once was a head of activities,
Who had very creative proclivities,
She worked morn, noon and night
To bring others delight,
Through her contests, art and festivities.

One week was a theme based on flowers
To highlight one’s photographic powers
“Shoot a bloom that you like
“When you’re out for a hike
“Rather than just while away the hours.”

This week was a contest for photos,
For artistes, rather than dodos,
’round the campus they strolled
Snapping orange things quite bold
That elicited “oos,” “awws” and “Oh-Ohs.”

Now I’ve captured a variety of orange things,
From front doors to bird flowers with wings,
But the one I like best,
Is a car light at rest,
With its awesome design fit for kings!

This poem has side-tracked me from working,
But my job I must not now be shirking!
Paper work must be done
Even if it’s not fun
Or the devil will surely be smirking!

Photo and poem by Patty Turner

 

I work to amplify good wherever I find it. I love color, texture, beauty, great ideas, nature, metaphor, deliciousness, genuine spirituality, and exploring new territory. I encourage authenticity, nurture creativity, champion sustainability, promote peace, and hope to foster a new renaissance where we all are free to be our most fulfilled, multifaceted, and terrific selves. Read more here.

4 Comments

  1. Lolly 3 months ago

    Yay Patty!
    Your proclivities are prodigious, and your festivities quite fine! Thanks for sharing (love the headlight!

  2. John gregory 3 months ago

    FUN!!!
    BRAVO!!

  3. Sue Krevitt 3 months ago

    Ha Ha! Love it!

    Oh, how de ole debbil tries to keep us in line…with shoulds and rules and such!
    Meanwhile, my shutterbug-self needs to ‘take’ every leaf and flower that delights!

    What is that? …an old orange-rusted radiator? Insides of a cooler?
    FUN!!

    Thanks!

  4. Heidi Clawson 3 months ago

    Thanks Patty. Really fine!

    It really brings back the spirit of Creative Arts Camp,

    Heidi Clawson

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