They came guided by an angel. They came unannounced. Did the lodgers know the shepherds were coming? We didn’t catch their names. Our culture does not hold them high. They take care of smelly sheep and crying baby lambs. We didn’t catch their names. Were their names recorded in history or handed down through stories, … More Shepherds by Edward P. Habrowski
The December PWG meeting is tonight. As a reminder here is the announcement from Ed Habrowski: 1. A very Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving to you. 2. Our next meeting is Wed. Dec. 5, 2018 at 6:00 pm CST at SP19 located at 10527 Bunker Dr. DeMotte, IN 46310; just off of US 231. 3. Members … More PWG Meeting December 5th in DeMotte
cloud mote adrift in the blue sky garbling sandhill cranes whistling down the tracks the ten-o’clock-on-time coyotes howl long Linked to dVerse Open Link Night. Haiku by Pat Kopanda. Photograph by Frank Hubeny.
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
hungry birds fly in to sip and a dip morning repast mourning doves setting sail in the birdbath sails billow Linked to dVerse Open Link Night. Pat Kopanda is a member of Prairie Writers Guild.
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
plump black squirrel resting on his haunches between courses good morning sunshine even the fallen leaves dance in delight Linked to dVerse Open Link Night. Haiku by Pat Kopanda.