FIRST PLACE rippling the harvest moon tail of a water rat hilary tann SECOND PLACE hands cupping cool spring water harvest moon paul m THIRD PLACE harvest moon farmer's wife puts the soup on simmer Jeanne Cassler BELOW THIRD PLACE harvest moon black cat stalking mice in the pumpkin patch Carolyne harvest moon -- his footsteps fading down the walk -acm bright harvest moon even the seven sisters seem pale ken kuniyuki reminding me to touch your hair harvest moon ^^shang-ti 971019 paper lanterns lay broken in the gutter harvest moon festival tina the skylight pulling the harvest moon into our bed Joann touching blue mountains the harvest moon - rien dried cornstalks silhoutted by the harvest moon Nita Jones killing frost - my shadow pales under the harvest moon Mark Alan Osterhaus with cups of scented tea sharing their last harvest moon - willard touching the off switch harvest moon covers the floor omeric brightening our next year's garden harvest moon copyright October 21, 1997 by Wendy C. Bialek the crackle of leaves under a harvest moon a lone cicada cries ~Susan not so scary yet this field of faceless pumpkins - harvest moon -Tom Genovese the killing fields under the harvest moon - chill creeps in Fred harvest moon creates oak branch silhouettes, drifting leaves Peg Lowmiller undressing her harvest moon shadow on the tent wall Charlie Rossiter silhouetted owl framed by the harvest moon branches swaying DeeDee single eye opens peeking beyond horizons rising havest moon Jeff Hamm where palm and finger join a deflated blister - harvest moon Harold Bowes through willow limbs the harvest moon leaves beneath my feet Hugh Waterhouse harvest moon the car in neutral gliding down the mountain Steve Rys a harvest moon presiding over the first frost Pardee luminous glow through the cloud cover harvest moon Cindy Bene she anticipates the key sound in the latch ... harvest moon Charles Trumbull harvest moon-- pumpkins and black cats Brock Jones one more harvest moon still cuddling on the swing with the porch light off ~lee
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