scarecrow

(10/17/99)

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barren fields -
a drifter tips his hat
to the scarecrow

Harold


late afternoon
the scarecrow's chin
on his chest

susan bond
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homecoming
now the scarecrow wears
my father's hat

-willard


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lightning-
the scarecrow's face
turned white

Sandra Fuhringer
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hardly visible
through the morning fog -
a scarecrow

Tore Sverredal

late autumn-
standing in a corn field
only the scarecrow

ebj

frost warning—
the scarecrow wears
a long scarf

Timothy Russell

autumn rain -
 the scarecrow
  weeps

hilary tann

scarecrow's shoulder an old bird's nest Steve

Pick-It-Your-Self; she brings an apple to the scarecrow Charles Trumbull

guardian scarecrow unarmed peigi

night on the town -
passing the scarecrow
he tips his hat

doris kasson

Just barely twilight, a little scarecrow reaches for the front doorbell. an'ya

the start of autumn -- a new suit for the scarecrow Betty
powerless
against the killing frost
scarecrow

gary steinberg

sky blue eggs
in the robins nest
straw from the scarecrow

DeVar

in the mall
toddler hold mom's hand tighter
while passing scarecrow

Hazel

black hawk overhead -- a slug moves up the pantleg of a scarecrow Astrid Greene

in a field the scarecrow crucified paul conneally
a whiskey bottle
in the scarecrow's pocket
someone's parting shot

don socha

autumn chill -
the scarecrow dressed in
grandfather's work shirt

penny greenwell

the scarecrow
polythene bags crackle
in the wind

John

Making waves-
twilight dancing, in the corn field
the scarecrow

Robert

first frost the scarecrow stands in the garden expression unchanged soji

another spring the scarecrow is attired with new old garments Max Verhart

  

in the foggy field a mouse tripped on scarecrow's arm emile molhuysen

barn dance music
drifting to scarecrow in field
harvest moon

annie delaney

Scarecrows? - We had one
in our cherry tree when
I was still a child.

Horst Ludwig

the fat scarecrow
goes off in all directions --
army of crows scatter

Elaine Cleveland

  


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