Thomas Koron

Rookie - 184 Points (May 19,1977 / Grand Rapids, Michigan)

Thomas Koron Poems

1. On This Bed Of Roses 5/13/2013
2. Autumn's Embers 5/13/2013
3. The Gates Of Paradise 5/13/2013
4. A Candle Burns In The Window 6/12/2013
5. Shining Eyes In The Dark 5/13/2013
6. The Days Of Old 5/13/2013
7. Black Satin 5/13/2013
8. The Fading Scent Of Perfume 5/13/2013
9. Behold The Sweet Angel 5/13/2013
10. Unforgiving Winter 1/28/2014
11. Lament Of The Banshee 4/8/2014
12. Rayana's Haiku 4/8/2014
13. I Remember The Days 4/22/2014
14. Through Restless Eyes 6/26/2014
15. In This Domain Of Solitude 8/25/2014
16. He Rides Above The Clouds 9/25/2014
17. A Halloween Haiku 10/31/2014
18. Our Initial Encounter 5/13/2013
19. Sonnet For A Lost Soul 5/13/2013
20. Summertime 7/20/2015
21. Fireflies 7/30/2016
22. Power For Sale 1/23/2017
23. So Many Years Have Gone By 6/15/2017
24. Two Rings Reunite In The Sky 12/23/2017
25. A Night At Fire Station No.9 6/12/2018
26. Shadows In The Moonlight 5/13/2013
27. A Nightmare 3/21/2015
28. Last Call 5/13/2013
29. The Veil Of Night 5/13/2013
30. Snapdragon 5/13/2013

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Snapdragon

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,
I make...

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On This Bed Of Roses

On this bed of roses my teardrops fall,
As clouds begin to darken in the sky,
And vines have grown across the garden’s wall.

A bird in the trees makes one final call—
I hear the wind let out a gentle sigh,
On this bed of roses my teardrops fall.

This storm is about to ravage them all—

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