walk

(3/3/99)

First Place 


   sunset
   walking through heather
   to my own fire
                   Alasdair Paterson


Second Place 


   daybreak
   a cow walks
   to the field's edge
                        Rob Krevitz 


   forest walk
   imaginary quarrels
   even here
               Max Verhart


   walking with a lean
   the angle
   of winter rain
                   Paul MacNeil


Third Place 


   at daybreak
   one last coyote
   walking home
                - Linda Robeck


   over ice
   the widow walks
   to the mailbox
                   -willard


Below Third Place


   Irish Setter
   walking a little boy
   with a leash
                 Donald McLeod

fruit stand
a heavy woman walking
from the shade
                paul m


country road -
between summer showers
we walk on clouds
                  Yu Chang


walking over ice
how small my children look
on a lake of sky
                    Marjorie Buettner


walking home  
in twilight rain  
streetshine
            Ferris


walking past
the tinkling fountain
- a sudden urge
                 doris kasson



moonlit walk
our shadows play
catch up
          J. Aloe


on his daily walks
my father's steps
shorter now
             hilary tann

makeshift shoes
cardboard tied around his feet
walking nowhere
                 Meredith


footfall-
buddhist with his broom
on a prayer walk
                  ebj


first walk
after the illness
~
out of breath
               tc


beside the path
where children walk
fleeting shadows
                  Don Wharram


Walking slowly
along the frozen creek -
I'm getting old
                Horst Ludwig


daily walk
musclebloodbone, heelballtoe
body's mantra
               - Theresa Koenke (aka "T")


walking the Earth -
are these not my own footprints
I am following?
                 Jon Leask


walking alone-
the crowded beach
so empty this morning
                       Sue


flurry of wings...
       a cat
walks the wall
                 Hugh Waterhouse


walking point
that moment
when the crickets stop
                         Dennis H. Dutton


walking in the dunes
carving your name in our bench
my last lost love
                    Emile Molhuysen


February dusk
five deer walking single file
through suburban yards
                         Elaine Cleveland


s l o w l y
power walking
octogenarian
              Charles Trumbull


crow walks
the frozen rope 
last stumbled on
                                   
copyright 2/23/1999 by Wendy C. Bialek


early spring walks
each day
the changing flora
                     Betty


even after bath
the dust of roads walked
still clings
              soji



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