FIRST PLACE a street light flickers on the pavement - spring rain Yu Chang SECOND PLACE cloudy moon; on the quiet boardwalk one lamp out paul m THIRD PLACE three street lamps; the dark one attracts young lovers -willard a homeless man under a street light reading tonight's blanket Harry BELOW THIRD PLACE broken web beneath the street lamp a luna moth Hilary Tann street lights climb the hill at the top, moon Harold Bowes Saturday night under the street light- a kiss Patricia A. Laurent distant thunder the corner streetlamp clicks on at noon joann glare from the street light enters the bedroom awake at midnight tina stanton street lamp flickers out as I pass shivering ken kuniyuki warm glow from street light falls on cold snow charles reed dusk masks the volcano ~ how quiet the amber street lamps Laura Young night wander -- the sudden glow of her hair under a street light -acm at the street light's base a rough patch the painter left to a spider Ferris Street lights haloed by fog - lone dog wandering Peg Lowmiller glow thru my window close encounter or street lights -- suddenly i wake ! Zoned Cat
1 This is a report is reproduced in part from the announcement of Ku Kai results sent out to each member of the Shiki Mailing List as prepared by the Secretary, Rick Mac Donald and modified by Shiki Team.
2 ALL ABOVE POEMS ARE COPYRIGHTED AND PERMISSION MUST BE RECEIVED TO USE ANY OF THEM . TO CONTACT SPECIFIC AUTHORS TO OBTAIN PERMISSION FOR USE, SEND A COPY OF THE POEM DESIRED AND A REQUEST FOR PERMISSION TO THE SHIKI LIST ( IF YOU CAN'T FIND OUT THE AUTHOR'S ADDRESS). IF THE AUTHOR IS AGREEABLE, YOU WILL RECEIVE PERMISSION.