spring sun

(4/23/00)

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spring sun
the canary sings
facing the window

christy
 
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spring sun --
the dandelion's warmth
in my fingertips

Earl Keener


her down jacket
on the garden bench
April sun

Yu Chang



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spring warmth -
a damselfly tests
its wings

hilary tann
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spring sun
one butterfly
on the beach
 
max verhart

spring sun ~
on park benches
the old folk

Don Wharram

spring sun
a scroll of maple bark
on the walkway

timothy russell

spring sun-
reflected in the 
melting ice

Jack Cleary

embracing
the spring sun
our shadow
 
rjscott

spring sun--
your eyes a lighter shade
of brown

m.cross

spring morning
the nesting  geese
trade places

DeVar 


held in a handful
of cedar mulch
the warmth of spring

Joann

spring sun
      dust motes in the slant beam

gary steinberg

spring sun  -
raindrops 
on the red camellia 

Alison


patch of spring sun
motionless
the ancient dog

-ren

spring sun
ants allover

- marius

worn past repair
grandma's feather quilt
spring sun adds a patch

bashfulbasho

outstretched hand -
spring sun reflected
in the beggar's eyes

Tore Sverredal

spring sun...
the bus casts 
a cold shadow

Hugh Waterhouse

spring warmth 
her nipples erect
in the shadows

paul conneally

spring sun
the window washers
take five

Charles Trumbull

counting
more apple blossoms
spring sun

Sue Torres


spring sun
first bite of barbecue
tulips ablaze

copyright 4/15/2000 by Wendy C. Bialek

Glas dust - or are there
diamonds in the gutter?
Spring morning sunshine.

Horst Ludwig

in the spring sun ~
warming her spreaded wings
a beautiful butterfly

Emile Molhuysen

   

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