FIRST PLACE giggling children in the clock shop at noon waiting for cuckoos Ferris SECOND PLACE under the station clock he glances at his watch again ken kuniyuki THIRD PLACE moving day a glance at that space where the clock hung ~Susan the clock key in his vest pocket buried too -willard seaside cottage-- pale hands turn the clock face down Joann BELOW THIRD PLACE The sharp black minute hand slices into the fresh hour -- Margarita Drozdoff long summer day crossing the clock's broken face spider's web Harold summer night only the clock for company -roberta beary facing sunlit streaks on bare walls she listens to the clock tick Zoned Cat drawing a big clock the little girl asks for another hand Yu Chang searching for his fob watch the old man - his waistcoat inside out gilles fabre Wheel of straw scattered in the fields - silent clocks Sheryl Stahl VCR's broken clock blinks 12:00 -:- 12:00 over the fold-out bed Noor Singh Khalsa pendulum's quiet on Grandfather's mantel clock: still...it marks the time -Pardee Gunter through the window can't see the hands of the clock Steven D. Skowronski Clock is unwound- days still flow into nights Peg Lowmiller
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