First Place moon-viewing -- a basket of kittens on the windowsill hortensia anderson Second Place summer night a black cat curled around her kitten Alison Williams Third Place writer's block- so many paper balls my kitten lies exhausted Sue Below Third Place
so slim... we follow her to her kittens Hugh Waterhousebarefoot - too many kittens in the shoe closet hilary tannkneading dough - my ailing mother remembers the kitten Yu Changdandelion meadow a kitten practising the tiger's prowl Max Verharttaking twice as long to tie shoes now -- kittens in the house Charles Trumbullsoftly falling the kitten plays in new snow sojikitten stretches for mother's steps spring snow DeVar Dahlused bookstore - in a bed of LIFE magazines mewling kittens paul m.death-row kitten happily playing in a bare cage Don McLeodkittens free to good home another spring Rob Krevitza kitten in the comforter's folds upside down eyes Paul MacNeilsipping black tea - between my feet kitten sips milk Tore Sverredalgrasshopper leaping kitten - Linda Robeck movement in my socks drawer our new kitten Joseph Kirschnerlistless kitten father feeds her with an eyedropper Joannthe wicker basket underneath the kitchen sink - three kittens entwined Timothy Collinsonthirty years ago her face when I brought home the kitten dennis h, duttonkilling fangs in her mother's mouth a newborn kitten ebjclimbing bestsellers on the table-- bookshop kittens copyright 3/6/1999 by Wendy C. BialekA brittle leaf falls on the cold ground. But only the kitten looks up. Horst Ludwigpaws looking around spontaneously accepted me her blind kitten emile molhuysencoldest March morning abandoned kitten mewing tramp shares last crust of bread Elaine Clevelandcurled up atop an unraveled sweater the kitten Bettysleepy kitten curled up in a ball of frayed yarn Don Wharramchildren laughing father's bleeding face kitten stroked paul conneally
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