FIRST PLACE smell of rain the sidewalk darkens drop by drop -willard SECOND PLACE dandelions that crack in the pavement still growing ~Susan THIRD PLACE autumn chill a small stone sits in a hopscotch square tina autumn equinox crossing over to the sunny sidewalk omeric BELOW THIRD PLACE the smell of rain -- wetness spreading slowly across the pavement --Jeanne Cassler fuel spillage- across the pavement a moving rainbow neca outlines of bodies all over the sidewalk-- hiroshima memorial chas sidewalk hot dog vendor heavy on the mustard under his fingernails Carolyne on the sidewalk -- chalked hopscotch squares and a used Band-Aid -zeyda- leaf-covered sidewalk -- kicking up that forgotten dusty smell -acm wet pavement -- sidestepping to avoid ginko leaves Hilary Tann on the sidewalk by the jeweler's window frozen globs of spit Charles Trumbull* at the sidewalk's end a moss grown path and I - go on Maleti (Mary Lee McClure) golden leaves and faded hopscotch lines ....the sidewalk ends Ferris summer shower -- trees cast dry shadows on wet sidewalks rdwms heat wave - bur oak roots rippling the sidewalk Mark Alan Osterhaus my step quickens pacing the shadows on this sidewalk Zoned Cat moss-filled cracks on the broken sidewalk acorns Paul MacNeil pink chalk heart drawn on the sidewalk "i luv daddy" DeeDee ants on the pavement this black procession Joann
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