Haiku by Pat Kopanda

hawk ghost peers through a snow squall from telephone wires sunshine this cold day from the semi truck’s roof flying crystals Linked to dVerse Open Link Night. Frank Hubeny is hosting at dVerse. Come and join other poets. You may link one poem on any theme at dVerse during Open Link Night. Haiku by Pat … More Haiku by Pat Kopanda

Indiana Autumn

Corn is drying in the field. Autumn takes our breath away. Summer’s growth has come to yield Corn that’s drying in the field. Hearts stay ready. May they shield Hope when winter comes to play. Corn was drying in the field. Autumn took our breath away. Linked to dVerse Meeting the Bar. Jilly offers the … More Indiana Autumn

Harvest

Lines of clouds cross through October’s sky. Lines of corn mark Indiana fields. Harvesters remove dried grain and I Prepare my heart and wonder what it yields? Linked to dVerse Meeting the Bar.  Frank Hubeny, member of Prairie Writers Guild, will be hosting at dVerse on Thursday, October 11th, starting at 3:00 PM EST with … More Harvest

Juried Exhibit at the Fendig Gallery in the Carnegie Center, Rensselaer

Two of our writers—Jackie Huppenthal and Doris Myers—have had pieces of their visual art accepted for the new, juried exhibit at the Fendig Gallery in the Carnegie Center. That exhibit—State of the Art and Art of the State—will run through November 3rd. Regular viewing hours are Tuesday and Thursday noon to 4:00 and Saturdays noon … More Juried Exhibit at the Fendig Gallery in the Carnegie Center, Rensselaer