First Place February flurries filling the open mailbox seed catalogs jean king Second Place filtering softly through February rain the postman's whistle Ferris Third Place thin moon - the fine cold rain of February Alison Williams BELOW Third PLACE
February dawn a cardinal flock colors the tulip tree Joann February mist - cattails appear and reappear hilary tann February rain -- under the awning a sparrow's calls acmfebruary night two one-eyed pick-up trucks pass each other Dennis H. Dutton a starling on the blue windowsill February sun paul m February sun snowdrops and grape hyacinths break through cedar mulch ~cindy benepale sun - this February coldness in my bones norm jensen February tides - a trawling boat stranded on the mudflats Haroldthe dragon gives me back my birthday february next year emile molhuysenFebruary fog haloes of streetlights warming the tarmac Timothy Collinson February thaw -- she hides the henna-painted flowers on her hand Charles TrumbullFebruary cold we lie together - like spoons - old friends in old skin Michael Fachertytearing off February- is it only three months since she died ? SueFebruary walk grains of dry snow sting my cheek Paul MacNeilFebruary winds against the river's current a great blue heron -Carolyne February day clouds pile up like icebergs in the northern sky Elaine Clevelandsagging snowman budding snow-drop - february Max Verharther cold glances warmed by his roses February thaw Bettyletting his first snowman melt - February's childcopyright 1/25/1999 by Wendy C. Bialek
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