First Place winter sun the ice sculptor starts to sweat -willard Second Place winter sun -- each ice crystal a prism hilary tann Third Place Winter sun lying in the warmth where you lay Paul Noble Winter sunset - only the sound of my snow shoes on the mountain trail Margarita BELOW THIRD PLACE cold water at the hole's bottom winter sun paul m ripping back the orange's skin - a glimpse of winter sun Mark Alan Osterhaus pieces of itself on the choppy river - winter sun Susan Bond Against my training, bonsai tree bending toward a pale winter sun Tom Williams pale winter sun - even my shadow shivers Tom Genovese bringing home a bouquet of daffodils - winter sun Carolyne pale winter sun between gray clouds a white bird flying kim champagne - cut crystal gathers the winter sun Paul MacNeil winter sun - glints of koi scales in the pond -ito winter sun - shadow of plum blossoms projected on the wall Emile Molhuysen a red silo surrounded by unbroken snow -- winter sun AC Missias winter sun clothes out to dry frozen Joseph Kirschner the stream silvered by the low winter sun - my white breath Ray DD winter sun - from the trash fire a column of white smoke Harold ray of winter sun on one corner of the rug a cat sleeps Cindy Bene winter sun - the hammock's still shadow thinning on pale sand Ferris spring's promise in buds touched by the winter sun -Loran winter sun setting lone pine on the snowy field filters the red glow Marc S. in the winter sun dark stones on the window ledge ... thinking old thoughts Charles Trumbull winter sun singles out the willow's golden buds Pardee attic skylight-- the winter sun rides the kneewall jim kacian window seat the cadence of the cat's snores in winter sun Joann winter sun long shadows holding such cold Matt winter sun - readying the buds for spring bill lerz winter sun- twisted palm leaves cradle a crib's leg copyright 2/23/1998 by Wendy C. Bialek
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