sunrise

(9/19/99)

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sunrise--
the burial mound's
long shadow

Charlie Rossiter
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first day of school -
another crayon
for the sunrise

hilary tann


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sunrise
one slow moving cloud
edged in pink

Joann
_________Below Third Place________
sandpiper
at the ocean's edge
sunrise

Peggy

September sunrise
geese high above the clouds
in formation

Marjorie Buettner

shadows moving
away from the window
- sunrise

doris kasson

  
pale sunrise -
the sheen of cobwebs
across the meadow

john

  
sunrise
breaking new spider webs
to board the small boat

bill lerz

sunrise...
crows drop
from a branch

Hugh waterhouse

autumn sunrise
her fragrance still
in the empty bed

Emile Molhuysen

  
climbing
deeper into the canyon
the sunrise

arkady elterman

  
sunrise ~
a field of goldfinch
start their flight

elsie

blooms bowing
toward the sunrise ~
bougainvillaea

john bird

another lonely sunrise-
the petals of her rose bush
fading

Sue
  
October sunrise --
whistling back
at the teapot

Charles Trumbull

mountain sunrise
crowning Queen Anne's Lace
with jeweled dew

joy

  
September sunrise
a field full
of bright mist

Alison Williams

sunrise ~ ~
a sailor's sky turns the sea
deep purple

an'ya

before sunrise--
a rooster perches
on the fence

jean king
  
in silhouette
across the sunrise
five brown pelicans

Maleti (Mary Lee McClure)

orange sunrise--
the tang of summer
peeling dead skin

Cindy Tebo

  
morning train
speeds through tunnel
to another sunrise

peigi

  
watching --
the sunrise
in the lake

Betty

september sunrise
the first frost
still on the windshield

DeVar
  
his funeral day~
wide awake before sunrise
trying to stop time

Gary Steinberg

  
Among the yellow pancies,
one that is blue --
autumn sunrise.

Harold

  
autumn sunrise
red and yellow leaves
spotlighted against the sky

Elaine Cleveland

on the muck-hill
the cock takes position
- sunrise

Max Verhart
  
they're up again before i am
the neighborhood dogs at sunrise

dennis h dutton

  
A cooler sunrise -
the eldest daughter
taking off for college

Horst Ludwig 


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