First Place old pond the fallen leaf floats on its shadow Donald McLeod Second Place no longer married only their shadows touch ... graduation day roberta beary Third Place sunlight spilling over a red-tiled floor - the milk jug's shadow Ferris late night jazz - among the shadows a white beard norm jensen BELOW THIRD PLACE Buddha's shadow long and thin in afternoon light Tom Williams tree shadow totally taken up by cows Charles Trumbull all day long the sycamore's shadow - garden sundial Tom Genovese afternoon light shadows of clay pots across the wall kim off to college- waving near the mailbox the willow's shadow neca late night walk alone with a stranger moonshadow Andy shadowing his father's moves the little child Sue full moon across the meadow the shadow of a barn owl hilary tann sun on the path.... only his shadow touches her lips Hugh Waterhouse across the lawn the tree's shadow: slower than the slug ebj stomping the shadow of the black fly -willard a shadowed branch behind dark magnolia leaves the cardinal's chip Paul MacNeil a cold breeze fire coals suddenly bright surf behind shadow Richard Gilbert from the shadows- the nighclub singer's cognac voice Carolyne startled awake... a long shadow moves across the bed tina the cat pounces on a curtain shadow summer breeze -acm lying in the sun my shadow doing the same Kate Teresa Cassidy drying on a branch our colourless underwear shadow of the night emile molhuysen baby rabbit - - jumps into the air kicking it's shadow bill lerz on a sunlit tent tall grass juggles three butterflies copyright 5/19/1998 by Wendy C. Bialek as i leave my bed, i grow eight-feet tall ~~ my shadow on the wall Betty metal pole building hard-edged shadows where the old barn stood Mark Alan Osterhaus shadow replaced smile when she informed him they were through soji
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