eclipse

(2/6/00)

_________First Place__________


glint of moonlight 
fades in the icicles -
lunar eclipse

Tim
 
 ________Second Place________


lunar eclipse -
my pregnancy test
comes back positive

Joanna Preston



 _________Third Place________
    

eclipse
a shadow crosses
his face

jen


red moon -
the full eclipse silencing
a hoot owl

elsie
_________Below Third Place________
lunar eclipse ~
snow falls on faces 
looking moonward

joy

suddenly 
the stars are brighter:
lunar eclipse

Sue 

all the grown-ups
block his view-
lunar eclipse

DeVar

eclipsed
over citrus groves
tangerine moon

Debra Woolard Bender

coming home
from the shrink
lunar eclipse

John S. O'Connor

lunar eclipse
following his torch's beam
the night-watchman

Max Verhart

waiting for the moon
somewhere above this mist
a total eclipse

john


lunar eclipse;
a sparrow calls sleepily
from the pine

acm

obscuring
the night shadows
-lunar eclipse

hilary tann

waiting for the eclipse
        I see
        only clouds

Paul

total eclipse -
her eyes wander over
to a blinking star

doris kasson

moon almost eclipsed
the limbs of the bare trees
lined with snow

Charles Trumbull 

lunar eclipse -
the snowy owl disappears
in the hemlock

Earl Keener

great celestial bodies
juxtaposed in space
eclipse

Jay Ellison

lunar eclipse -
a drifting cloud gathers
all my expletives

Yu Chang

Watching an eclipse
Feeling insignificant
And yet essential

Kaylene

eclipse shade
darkens moon-
still the wolf howls

peigi

Lunar eclipse
clouds cannot block the sight
from the mind's eye

aJae

so this heart, too 
one thousand breaking pieces
lunar eclipse

Marjorie Buettner


lunar eclipse
        and her feelings blot out mine

gary steinberg

a thin rind
the scent of orange-
eclipse

kim montoya

Space travellers
stop a little to view
the eclipsed moon

Horst Ludwig 

lunar eclipse
in dark circle
copper shine

copyright 1/28/2000 by Wendy C. Bialek

doubtfully heaven
hear the child without shadow
during the eclipse

emile molhuysen

eclipse over-
again the moon
in all its splendor
 
Ena Linares

  

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