Canyon Reverie (Constanza) Poem by Connie Marcum Wong

Canyon Reverie (Constanza)



Canyon Reverie Constanza

I stop to watch the eagle soar.
At dawn his silhouette flies high
Through brilliant tinted scarlet sky.

Below the gorge at valley's floor,
The creatures rise up one by one;
A quest for food has just begun.

I listen to the fierce winds roar.
Descending from the north they blow
And carry in the first light snow.

They make the river crest the shore
When swirls of vivid hues abound
Dancing before they touch the ground

As autumn breezes in once more.
I marvel at the leaves in flight
And wonder where they will alight.

I stop to watch the eagle soar.
Below the gorge at valley's floor
I listen to the fierce winds roar.
They make the river crest the shore
As autumn breezes in once more.

7-19-20 rev.



(Copyright © 2007)

Saturday, July 25, 2009
Topic(s) of this poem: autumn
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