Thomas Koron Poems
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I found pleasure in every direction,
As I wandered mystified through the fields.
A snapdragon captured my attention;
Possessed with the sensation that it yields.
Moving slowly over the grass, I feel
Entranced; the flower holds me in a daze.
Once the snapdragon’s near, I stop and kneel;
And then, dream into the bright summer haze.
How I had gone for many miles without
The joyful zest, which now flows through my soul.
Shedding away feelings of fear and doubt,
With enchantment that makes my spirit whole.
Surrounded by colors of brilliant red,
The season that once burned has now grown cold,
And nature has left stains upon the leaves.
I see colors of red, orange and gold,
As they roll off of my shoulders and sleeves.
They collect in small piles on the ground
In picture perfect images of fall.
Wind causes them to scatter all around,
While I rake them together wide and tall.
I watch birds assembling on a wire,