FIRST PLACE slow-moving river -- a doe drinks from her reflection -acm SECOND PLACE fallen deer antlers a cricket's perch ken kuniyuki THIRD PLACE deer tracks from the cornfield to the rosebed Bob BELOW THIRD PLACE sandpipers fly just at the shoreline a deer stops drinking Paul MacNeil moonlight a deer curls up on the forest floor Carolyne Face to face every muscle tensed the deer and I Ed Shaheen just one deer left in these shrinking woods growing old alone Doug Sherman frost whitens the tall grasses - the slain deer's eyes Jeanne Emrich first snow falling through branches sticks to the buck's antlers Harold Bowes west texas freeway buzzards crowd the deer carcasses omeric haircut and a shave under a fourteen point buck's steady gaze ~Susan light from the west - the old buck scents another rival kirsten bishop From a glowing sky silhouetted deer enter the forest Edwin my son's palm-- a deer nuzzles Cheerios Joann how they brighten the narrow deer trail- shiny drops of blood neca summer dusk - deer sips from the stream silently Alan (~Kyab~) my whispering does not reach the wandering deer at the water's edge -Noor SIngh Khalsa towing my clubs from the 11th green - deer quietly return paul m Autumn leaves tremble suddenly a vanishing deer -- Margarita Drozdoff bordering the woods the soft yellow-browns of ash; silently, a doe Pardee dark winding road - in the lights ahead a freeze frame deer Maleti (Mary Lee McClure) water willows rise from a splash of moonlight ....the doe drinks Ferris patch of soft earth - the distinct curves and points of a deer track Laura Young finger on the shutter release... deer suddenly still Hugh Waterhouse hoarfrost meadow in the distance he appears... that phantom white buck Zoned Cat deer heads lining the knotty pine bar - a hunter's stare Mark Alan Osterhaus silently watching a statuesque buck at the pond sudden shot rings out DeeDee
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