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Harvesting Corn in October Harvesting Corn in October

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 the theme of iambic pentameter.

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Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

4 thoughts on “Harvest”

  1. Azure Blue Skies Return Now as July
    Fall Finally Respites as Indian Summer
    in Florida Seeing 60’s after 80’s and
    90’s Night and Day
    Where Gulf
    Water Heat
    in October
    of 87 F Degrees is enough
    to Generate A Nightmare
    Of A Hurricane Out Of
    the Shadows of Killing
    Winds Now
    of Michael
    into the
    of Mother
    Nature once again
    Cool and Calming Now
    As Any Human Spirit in Balance
    too.. Smiles Frank.. for Your Indiana
    Harvest by Chicago way doesn’t really
    Look that Different from the Harvest now in Deep South..:)


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