First Place old church in the belfry blue sky paul m Second Place clock tower bell strikes -- pigeons flying out on the echo Donald McLeod Third Place nesting swallows silence the temple bell Sue the bells on her nipple-rings still trembling Harold BELOW THIRD PLACE at dusk church bells from the village - turning for home Peg Lowmiller
Ocean waves -- a clanging bell buoy dims into thickening fog Margarita
chambered nautilus; granddad doesn't hear the doorbell ring Charles Trumbull cat arches back brushing the temple bell quietly Tom Williams sound of bell children ring an ice-cream vendor -ito Arcosanti with its bells and curves; a steady wind Joe Kirschner Above him church bells are heard by the gravedigger Amanda McDevitt moonbeams on headstones in the valley of the graves -- toll of a peace bell Betty church bell rings a call to prayer for some or none Patricia A. Laurent only once the glass bell ringing kim antique sale hand-painted bell cow on one side ding on utter copyright 6/1/1998 by Wendy C. Bialek Italian plaza church bells summon the tourists Carolyne bells toll... the cortege of firemen descends the parish steps Joann Town of my youth church bell ringing - deep sigh. Edlef between forefinger and thumb little bells ringing kitten comes for a play emile molhuysen
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