equinox

(3/26/00)

_________First Place__________


spring equinox
one dandelion
half open

max verhart
ntbarov
 ________Second Place________


spring equinox -
the hedgehog uncurls itself

Joanna Preston



 _________Third Place________
    

spring equinox:
I fall asleep
at the moonlight's edge

-ren
_________Below Third Place________

  
equinox...
the new  reeds
taller then  the old

Hugh Waterhouse

spring equinox~
between the half light and dark
a mourning dove calls

Marjorie Buettner

spring equinox -
my wife trying to count
her grey hairs

Fred

equinox  -
a path between spring blossom
and the compost heap

Alison Williams

the last bit of ice
melts into the stream
spring equinox

DeVar


vernal equinox -
a burst of sunshine through 
the newly-cleaned window

Tore Sverredal

replacing forced forsythia
with fresh ...
spring equinox

hilary tann


so far
not even a daffodil--
             spring equinox

m.cross


first bloom
in the withered field -
equinox

rjscott


caught between
scent of orange and cherry blossoms
~ equinox

Kristie

small buds burst
into cherry blossoms
spring equinox

Tiana Jackson

a mixture
blossoms and snow
spring equinox

Maleti

red flannels come out
of the country store's window --
spring equinox 

Betty
          


spring equinox -
my brand new broom
stolen at once

emile molhuysen

vernal equinox:
the groundskeepers rake the lawn
in a long thin line

Charles Trumbull
    


spring equinox
longer days
more time alone

gary steinberg


spring equinox -
old horse watches first hawk
glide across the field

Edward



equinox-
        the daffodils midway to their blooms

ebj

spring equinox
light and dark-
break even

Darrell Byrd

changing direction
snow splatters the dogwood
- spring equinox

doris kasson

spring equinox
today barely different
from yesterday

John



equinox-
candidates debate
equal time

peigi

rainy equinox -
taking the detour
to Peachtree Lane

Joann


Dog rolls
around in new grass
spring equinox

Sue Torres



spring equinox
all creatures
adjust inner clocks
 
ena


spring equinox
bird in grocery store
brings a long shopping list

copyright 3/20/2000 by Wendy C. Bialek

    

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