(4/6 , 1997)
FIRST PLACE spring breeze the willow shakes out a hint of green Susan Stanford SECOND PLACE spring breeze across the broken fence my neighbor waves Yu Chang THIRD PLACE spring thaw the wet sound of the river released -willard BELOW FOURTH PLACE raspberry brambles fence the lumber road - this second spring Paul MacNeil spring burial his twin stands up to read the eulogy Laura Young flipping to the first page - spring breeze doris kasson the noon sun gleams through a spring shower sandhill cranes dance Ferris on warm spring breeze laughter of children at play grandmother listens ken kuniyuki shuffling his feet he offers a pink crocus -first blush of spring jean king spring rain- on her lap, the cat is dreaming. -Mark Bird spring robin head cocked to one side another worm Dave B. bright spring morning child's homemade breakfast blue bunnies and eggs Carolyne spring morning -- daughter leaves the house before we wake - Jim Mullins morning sun carressing fresh buds spring at last Fred from black soil gold crocuses-- spring alchemy Joe Kirschner spring dust motes stained glass omeric spring evening one cicada on the hummingbird feeder Hilary Tann a robin worms - spring from humus it listens -Loran yawning; spring dawning. foot s t r e t c h i n g from bed, testing... s-s-s-till a winter floor! Michael J. Peterson
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