May homelessness be everywhere With open door With open heart Without a floor To fall apart. Should I be blessed to find you there May homelessness be everywhere. Poem and photo by Frank Hubeny, member of Prairie Writers Guild. YouTube video from the Light Omega channel with Miten and Deva Premal performing “So Much Magnificence“. … More Homeless in the Ocean of Love
When temperatures dropped into the 20s one November night, we awoke to pale green puffs of mulberry leaves covering the garden, filling the birdbath as though a gentle rain had fallen. The leaves had a soft green translucence to them, young as springtime, the last gift of autumn The garden was quiet and somber, but … More Haibun — Mulberry Leaves
Ed Habrowski announced the next PWG meeting will be at Sandy Pines 19: Next PWG meeting will be on Wed. Sept. 5, 2018 at 6:00 pm CDT at the Sandy Pines 19 (SP19) Golf Course American Kitchen located in DeMotte, IN 46310. Bring some writing to share. The theme for next year’s From the Edge … More Meeting September 5, 2018
There are stars out, but that doesn’t mean anyone notices. However, the comet was special. People pointed it out proving how smart they were being able to see what others told them about. Charles didn’t care. He looked at Anne’s eyes. Sure, they were told about the comet, the rare comet that comes once in … More Comet
Summer’s reckless with its love of green. The sky gives blue so bright it goes unseen. We breathe each day enclosed in soothing light While night awaits with stars and dark between. Poetry and photographs by Frank Hubeny, member of Prairie Writers Guild of northwest Indiana. This post is linked to dVerse Poets Pub for … More Green and Sky Blue
The Prairie Writers Guild will meet this coming Wednesday, August 1st, at 6:00 pm CDT at the Moonshiners Bar & Grill located in Rensselaer across the street from the Courthouse. Bring your work to share with the group.
From left to right: Nick Fiala, Steve Kingman, Connie Kingman, Chris Hasara, Doris Myers, Mike Ratcliff, Pat Kopanda, Rose Marie Groppe, John Groppe, Pam Habrowski, Ed Habrowski Photographer: Zandra Ratcliff