Warren Falcon

Rookie - 284 Points (04/23/52 - xxxx / Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA)

A Grief Earned - An Ode Beginning & Ending With Lines From Shelley Poem by Warren Falcon


Here, on one fountain of a mourning mind,
I have been taken up into grief, the strange
relief of clouds. Soon departed, I shall be
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Topic of this poem: grief



Comments about this poem (A Grief Earned - An Ode Beginning & Ending With Lines From Shelley by Warren Falcon )

  • Rookie - 9 Points Mark Normand (7/29/2012 10:54:00 AM)

    You have a unique style and a certain taste for subject matter that gives your writing a character unlike many who write poetry. It is well defined and not often emulated I am sure and I would be at a loss to say whose style you could be imitating. Not that I believe you are imitating anyone I am just saying that after reading several of your poems it would not be hard to recognize your style and know you wrote something after I read it. You write well and and have moved on from simply writing words to convey meaning, to writing that uses words to create art. Words that follow the full spectrum of color that are defined by emotions from happy to sad the same as they many colors from white to black. Nice job. (Report) Reply

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