Autumn Vision - Poem by Susan Ash
White sunlight sparkling
Through the leaves of the willow,
Dancing on the water flowing by.
The black silhouette of one man fishing,
All this catches my eye.
Seized by the
Beauty and drama,
For a instant a part of this scene,
I glow with feelings of pleasure,
In love with our world once again.
This must be
A glimpse of heaven,
Feels so good to be alive,
Grateful for the gift of seeing
With a heart that is open wide.
Want to stay,
Stretch this moment,
Know it will pass all too soon.
Not long before I’m returned
To others in worlds full of gloom.
When I pass that way again
This vision returns to my mind,
Brightening the grey days of winter,
Leaving all sadness behind.
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