Sunday, November 29, 2009

settling...




"I see and taste
no sweat more honest
then the drops you have enjoyed
between your thighs..."
-woody guthrie




well...
did some embroidery, built a fort in the trees,
l am getting settled. Will post soon.

Hope your all enjoying the coming of winter.

"My body's naked now
and it was born naked."
-woody guthrie


31 comments:

Caio Fernandes said...

ALELUIA !!!
YESTERDAY I CAME HERE TO SEE IF I WAS LOOSING SOMETHING , BUT NOTHING .
I GOT REALLY CONCERNED WITH YOU THESE LAST WEEKS .
but you are "here " .
finally .
and what a short and perfect post.
that work is really good .
really "touchable" .
good to see you back , really good Ken .
thanks !!

i am ready for summer .

Manon Doyle said...

Wow! Didn't know that you did embroidery..... this piece is fantastic Ken!! Very sensual.
Love the Woody Guthrie quotes!! An original folk hero!!

Hey...... welcome back!! Congrats on building a fort!

Harnett-Hargrove said...

Seeds of Man... yes?
Happy nesting. -Jayne

Four Seasons in a Life said...

Not bad at all!

I look forward to seeing more post in the near future as I find your work very much on the edge.

Warmest regards
Egmont

ALeks said...

Well...this is some way of setteling ya,nice work! :O)
Im wondering how the fort in trees is looking.Good day to ya all,ciao!
Aleksandra

kenflett said...

Thanks Sandra, will be by soon to check out your new music.

Nice to hear from you Egmont, l look forward to cruising by your intelligent and brilliant blog.

Jayne, thank you. :)

Thank you Manon, yes embroidery, but mine is clumsy, like logging with thread.

Caio, l must go see what you've been spewing and spitting :) you are winter, enjoy it.

Liz said...

Lovely post. I keep thinking I should try to sew more...or at all since I haven't for months and months and months. I love the embroidery you have done. Seems that stitching could be a way of grounding one's self. Glad you are getting settled.

kenflett said...

Thank you Liz. Yes sewing, embroidery, meditative, even if it is softporn. :)

aleph said...

So good that you´re back! the embroidery embrace is delightful and warm. As Caio, I´m getting ready for summer here.

kenflett said...

and so nice of you to come by Aleph. :)
Just came from your blog...it's wonderful.

kenflett said...

and so nice of you to come by Aleph. :)
Just came from your blog...it's wonderful.

Renee said...

All I can say is you would have just seen my eyes pop out of my head if you were here with me.

My eyes popped.

My mind went 'Oh my God it is Ken.'

My mind went 'Oh my God, yahoo. He's back.'

My mind went 'Oh my God, I love Ken, thank God he's back.'

Okay, now I will go look at your post.

Love Renee xoxoxo

Renee said...

la la la la la

So happy.

I come here about twice a week without fail.

Okay interesting embroidery. har har (Notice I am a child and have to go har har after a sex scene. Must be some how related to my Catholic education.)

Love you Ken and hope the family is all safe and sound.

Love Renee xoxo

ALeks said...

Hi Ken,me again cause I wanted to tell you, if you have time,you can look for more at my blogs,I do paint and make some photos sometimes you know,there is olso fine poetry too!
And why you call this work of yours softporn?
Where you draw the line between porn and erotic?
Good day to you kind sir,:O)
Aleksandra

kenflett said...

sandra...thanks for returning, yes and you do wonderful emotional painting/drawing/photography. as l said on your blog, we should exchange handmade postcards. :)
..and l used the term softporn, just trying to be funny, haha,
bye

kenflett said...

Renee, a burning nun, some of your blog writing makes me blush. :)
Thanks for your lovelylovely comments.

William Michaelian said...

Nothing like Woody Guthrie and a familiar yarn. Here’s to your continuing adventure...

Manon Doyle said...

Hey Ken.... good to see that you've come out of that fort of yours !! I"m embracing winter this year so it will be fabulous! LOL! Stayed tuned!!!

kenflett said...

Thank you William, for stopping by, for your comment, l appreciate that.


Manon, better that you embrace winter, than winter embracing you. :)

Pierre Raby said...

Great embroidery, love it Ken!
So, you are going settled after crossing our huge country- take great care of youself man, "take care but don't care"
(will never forget your words:)
-Pierre

Momo Luna said...

Oh i am happy for this new post. I was looking forward to a new post. And such a sensual, warm post. So that makes it possible to stay patient for the upcoming post. ;-)
It's always a pleasure to see you around the blogosphere Ken. I'm enjoying the coming winter and if it's really cold that's a good excuse to stay longer in a warm bed en doing what your lovely embroidery suggests.
Sweet greetz for you and your lovely family........

Mary said...

Fantastic work! I'm so glad to have found your amazing blog via your comment on Manon's. This embroidery is expressive and edgy, and the piece about Mexico is absolutely stunning on so many levels--I hardly have the words to express the impact of the words, photos, and images. Your creativity and communication of deeply human qualities are a gift to all of us.

kenflett said...

Thank you so much Pierre. I look forward to looking at your new work.

kenflett said...

Always so nice when you appear Momo, thank you.

kenflett said...

Thank you Mary, l appreciate your comments. I enjoyed looking at your painterlyFloral blog :)

Momo Luna said...

Hi Ken,

stopping by to wish you and your lovely family a warm, joyful Christmas (must be great in the new home) and all the best and more for 2010....

Sweet greetz!

Renee said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family dear friend.

Love Renee xoxox

Ahipara Girl said...

I am feeling unsettled, I think I need to build a fort, both a physical
one and an inner fortress. The embroidery is edge-y, hahaha, soft porn, funny. i need to laugh more today. today is hard. forts look like good ideas. earthy and childlike and cocoon-y.
i think you would fit in with Maori people bro.
glad ur settled.

kenflett said...

Nice of you to come by ahipara girl. :)
The words on your blog caught me; "There's admirable strength in graciousness."
Beautiful words you wrote.
Thank you

Crissant said...

Oh, i`ve found so good things to see here....lovely work :)

KIKELIN said...

Sexual art...fantastic!