First Place tidal sand... sound of the bait-digger's spade Hugh Waterhouse Second Place broken hourglass the sands of time scatter with nowhere to go Patricia A. Laurent Third Place Low tide at dawn -- dark curls of seaweed on the gleaming sand Margarita on the beach - shells filled with sand filled with shells hilary tann BELOW THIRD PLACE seaside lovers sand and suntan lotion cling together soji contractor helps his son build a sand castle Charles Trumbull the sun already high, she brushes sand from still-warm sheets jen In wet sand my footsteps holding their shape Amanda McDevitt late azaleas dropping blossoms into hot sand Tom Williams warm night sand - from every rocky crevice shining eyes Ferris shallow water sandstone creek bottom - waterlight ripples Peg Lowmiller wrinkled trunks last year's sand in the pocket paul m the sea tickles out again between toes sinking into sand Jon Leask sturdy shoeleather grinding Chicago sidewalk slowly into sand Mark Lenker our beach walk over - sand clings to his face between the whiskers Harold peach fuzz teasing open lips, bare toes tunnel in warm sand -Noor yesterday's sandcastles and you gone forever Sue baby sea turtles sand on their flippers...scamper to the moonlit sea Betty night-time walk on the beach deck chair with silk stockings stars falling in the sand emile molhuysen five-four-three-two, now just the large horseshoe crab links cove to sand copyright 6/1/1998 by Wendy C. Bialek Smooth sand and biting wind - stings like pins. Edlef
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