bright moonlit night on the glass building other buildings rdwms
divorce papers- reading the fine print with a magnifying glass Carolyne
a break in the clouds - her wine glass half-filled with rain Mark Alan Osterhaus
Broken glass - on the pavement scattered gleams of sunset Margarita
BELOW THIRD PLACE
her lipstick on the empty wine glass - smoldering yule log Tom Genovesegrandpop's cupboard- brown rings in the bottom of every glass Joannmy crystal glass ringing more sweetly with each sip Takglass icicles reflecting the last embers children's sleepy eyes Ferrischeap whiskey in a glass of new snow - slow clouds Paul MacNeilin the museum- the mammoth's glass eye staring at nothing dean delbenein the glass votive a flame throwing shadows on the wall Cindy Zackowitzswirls of frost climb the window glass; pink sunrise Pardeelipstick on the glass --- last night fading Steve Ryspatio recess the lost juice glass found by ants paul mtelling me how you broke the glass... your red lips Hugh Waterhousestill dazzling in spite of the years grandma's cut glass Maleti (Mary Lee McClure)peacock leaping into himself on the mirrored glass Donald McLeodfirst date at a nearby bar a glass of beer Patricia A. Laurentbroken glass mingled with wind blown snow in the empty hall Paul Blakeglass of bourbon and a good book-- that's it Charlie Rossiterunstained glass his image just the same -willardher necklace - a drop of rain clinging to a clear glass bead Haroldstale beer at the pavement's edge broken glass hilary tannspun glass ornaments decorate the Christmas tree Grandma's hand-me-downs Cindy Benefirst snowfall framed in glass window - a new pageant bill lerzfree blown glass vase slightly imperfect a rose ken kuniyukilittle children with noses pressed on the glass eyeing the puppies DeeDeeforgetting the glass young lovers toast and kiss -- wine stain on the sheets ~leeon mirrored glass in feathered crystals her breath is etched copyright 12/16/1997 by Wendy C. Bialek
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