first snow- collecting tiny footsteps on my shovel Joann
first snow ~ a waking child breaks the silence Mark Alan Osterhaus
first snow . . . all the Kyoto Buddhas becoming snowmen Donald McLeod
BELOW THIRD PLACE
first snow- the wrinkled jack-o'-lantern wears a new hat dean delbenefirst snow - under pine trees circles of green rdwmschanging the bed sheets - first snow Tom Genoveseshovels in checkout line -- first snow falling on the parking lot Steve Ryslittle girl's breath fogging the window pane- first snow Ferrisa tiny bird perched atop the puffing chimney first snow tinawhite dust in the blue shadow of a wall -first snow Paul Blakeyears later recognizing the sky- first snow -willardfirst snow- half buried in the sandbox his toy shovel necathe first snow falling-- overnight, the narcissus bloom opening S. R. Spanyerwhipping egg whites into stiff peaks- first snow on the mountains Carolynefirst snow melts on the city street cold puddles --jasonFirst snow - red leaves drift from the maple tree Margaritasoftly falling on a child's tongue first snow ~Susandark cloudbank - a smell of dead leaves and the first snow Paul MacNeilabove the sheep pasture falling through a white mist - first snow Haroldfirst snow - in my morning tea i pour some honey gilles fabrestringing lights on the christmas tree first snow DeeDeefield of winter wheat slender green blades dusted white first snow Cindy Benefloating in puddle the anniversary card he made before the first snow copyright 12/16/1997 by Wendy C. Bialekfirst snowfall framed in glass window - a new pageant bill lerzfirst snow - fragile green to silver sparkle ~leefirst snow drips from the roof; south wind Pardeechildren look for matching snowflakes, first snow Peg Lowmiller
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