First Place each twig a rivulet - spring rain hilary tann Second Place light spring rain - the blind man takes off his hat Donald McLeod Third Place spring rain~ sparrow and I share the porch soji BELOW THIRD PLACE spring rain falling deeper in the mallard's wake Joann spring rain... a bright red umbrella weaves through the crowd tina spring rain - a puddle full of coatless boys Jeanne Emrich dairy cows shift their weight spring rain paul m drop of spring rain - the spider's web bounces back Ferris spring rain the smell of earthworms and wet pavement Nancy Torok spring rain open for business the birdbath -willard her tears after the birth - spring rain Tom Genovese after spring rain magnolia petals clinging to the granite steps Hazel spring rain the seeds of winter weeds spread along the ditch Paul MacNeil spring rain -- above the dam almost silence jen cucumbers glisten in the field spring rain Patricia A. Laurent spring rain -- drifts of dogwood petals around the tulips AC Missias spring rain leaves and confetti stuck to wet steps Stuart Quine a spring rain floods the woods with violets Pardee at the playground coursing down the slide- spring rain neca daybreak topping the pond spring rain Mark Alan Osterhaus after spring rain a puppy shakes dry and care free andy After spring rain Honeysuckles now smelling like honeysuckles Amanda McDevitt that low spot in the field filled with Canadian geese and spring rain Cindy Bene sitting in traffic -- swish -- swash -- swish -- swash -- sudden spring rain Betty in the jacuzzi burial of flies first spring rain email@example.com sheets of spring rain - - wet shoppers scrambling for the only cab bill lerz long-legged blonde face-to-face through the glass door -- spring rain Charles Trumbull Spring rain on a colt's back -- splotches copyright 4/21/1998 by Wendy C. Bialek gentle spring rain not feeling like bad weather even a little bit Tom Williams
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