First Place the lantern candle in the whispering pines~ shadows dancing Dean DelBene one seated at a table for two- a candle flickers Joe Kirschner Second Place snow flurries candlelight moving window to window paul m just for a moment your face in the candle light looks like someone else Cindy Bene Third Place flickering candle - my shadow dances alone on the wall Tom Genovese night wind howls in the chimney the candle dances Paul Blake BELOW THIRD PLACE the candle I lit for her-- blown out in the cold Charlie Rossiter rolling red candle wax between his fingers - he orders for two Mark Alan Osterhaus tinkling X'mas chimes-- five generations of faces in candlelight Kris Kondo unseen neighbor - in each window a lighted candle hilary tann scented candle- shadows lenghthening into the sheets Carolyne One hand for brandy-- we snuff out all the candles, room by room --S. R. Spanyer candlemas in the dark old church brightens the corners Patricia A. Laurent flickering candles zigzag down the mountain ~ jacuzzi's steam tina in Gram's dresser - two candles on a white veil Glen L. Keener on the grey stone wall my shadow lights a new candle -willard a bright candle the egg's outline of new life Paul MacNeil silver candlesticks treasured family heirloom sold to highest bidder Carolyn bayberry candle the color of Christmas burnt to the quick ~Susan party's over ~ her fourteen candles on a white cloth Hugh Waterhouse watching the last ember on the candle expire then ... alone. Steve Rys southwesterly gales - in the warm darkness feeling for candles Matt shadows flicker across her serene face scented candle DeeDee still -- bright stars following a moon turn 'round this candle copyright 01/01/1998 by Wendy C. Bialek
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