Stanisław Rogala (born in 1948) is a recognition writer of the Świętokrzyskie region. However, in his work there are Lublin accents; for almost 10 years the writer was associated with the Lublin region (he studied at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, participated in the poetry group „Samsara”, then he worked as a teacher at the Technical and Power Technical School in Lublin). Lublin accents frequently appear in his poetry and prose. Some poems are called “Lublin” because of the circumstances of the uprising (juvenile, lyrics from the time of „Samsara”), others deserve to be called “Lublin” because of the taken topic (Tryptyk nałęczowski, works dedicated to Longin J. Okoni). Rogala’s prose contains many accents of Lublin, the writer favors the theme of Lublin in March`68. He can present it not only objectively, but also in an original way, e.g. giving his poem a form which was a censored protocol of the audition (March snow) or by means of a metaphor (Dogs). Generally, the Lublin accents in prose are cleverer, more interesting, which proves the superiority of prose over the lyrics of Rogala.