This reminds me of something similar I did long ago [link]
Although your version (this spiral) doesn't directly relate to what you're talking about, it is still neat. However, there seems to be a common misconception when you categorized your poem as 'Visual & Found Poetry.' What you have here is visual, but it's not visual within 'Found Poetry.' It is a 'Concrete Poem' via a visual/design made completely out of text to relate to what you are talking about. That's the challenge of a Concrete Poem, and I cannot really say this one overcame the challenge. However, it did achieve a story, even if it is a common one, then again, not exactly in the way it was told in some areas. Perhaps it's not the poem but the title itself could have used a touch of mysteriousness than a title that sums everything up in a single line.
I think the most stunning and original bit of this poem is the beginning, Quote, "The sunlight pours through the leaves high above me." End of quote. It is a simplistic line when read or said aloud, but required some deeper thinking than usual on how to word it in such way. A deep-thought quality is something I look for in the written word and it seems you ran with it.
Anyway, continue with your writing and don't let up. You'll only get better.
There's nothing in the poem that connects it to the idea of a spiral - yet it feels natural. And he idea - how could I have not seen such a thing? Just comparing a dream with reality. But one needs to know how to describe the dream, and I love how you achieved, grasped it.
Also! I decided to share this masterpiece in my group, I'm sure they'll enjoy it!