Warren Falcon

Veteran Poet - 1,328 Points (04/23/52 - xxxx / Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA)

Warren Falcon
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From the Encampment of HeartStrife - A Sampler Of Poems As An Inner Autobiography

PROLOGUE - " The bells, I say, the bells break down their tower" - Hart Crane

take down the walls, invite
the trespass... - William Carlos Williams
the handsome welder, masked, sings
into the retina of his dark glass

how entwined with bridges
a bloated form of tangled
arcs/angles shudders

how lips chafe
gently the many
necks curved
of alloy

He's gone crow said one poet of another


Let all of me be
Agency become music
in ... more »

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