when Barbara went her garden went with her cross-legged on the grass the Little League-r picks clover waiting for a ball coyotes harmonize with the train whistle the night silence gone Haiku by Pat Kopanda. Photograph below by Frank Hubeny. Linked to dVerse Open Link Night. Advertisements
Our next meeting is Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at 6:00 pm CDT at Sandy Pines in DeMotte, Indiana. Hope to see you with some of your prose or poems for our 2020 edition. Announcement sent by Ed Habrowski, Treasurer.
the dark edge of the clouds meets the horizon thunderheads billow to great heights Broom Hilda sweeps by alligator whisperer taught himself the language won’t share Haiku by Pat Kopanda. Linked to dVerse Open Link Night. Photography below by Frank Hubeny.
The next meeting of the Prairie Writers Guild will be on Wednesday. August 7th, 2019, at 6:00 pm CDT at Moonshiners located next to the Ritz Theater in Rensselaer on Van Rensselaer Street (across from the Courthouse). Meeting announced by Edward Habrowski.
Since you know the “main” street running through Rensselaer is named Washington Street, you may suspect there are other City streets that bear the names of United States Presidents, and you would be correct. There is Lincoln Street, Jackson Street, and Harrison Street. McKinley became the name of the former Division Street in 1901. McKinley … More Naming Rensselaer’s Streets Part 1 by Judy Kanne
It used to be trout lilies or trillium drew us to the woods behind our house in springtime. Owned by the local college, cows grazed there and we kids would stampede the cows to the other side of the woods to give us more roaming room. The cattle kept the grass trimmed to a fare-thee-well, … More One Summer by Pat Kopanda
In June we turn the furnace on and wear our winter coats, rain and cold are here to stay climate-change portender gloats. Poem by Pat Kopanda linked to dVerse Poetry Forms the quadrille.