Warren Falcon

Rookie - 382 Points (04/23/52 - xxxx / Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA)

Warren Falcon Poems

241. Upon This Wide Water, On Our Broken Boat - Two For Staten Island Ferry, Circa 1985 Manhattan 2/7/2010
242. Upon Viewing Hiroshige Winter Prints After A Snowstorm 2/9/2013
243. Uses For Wings - Variations From 'We Can Be Broken' & Other Discarded Poems 7/22/2010
244. Wallace Steven's Florida Of The Mind 6/8/2011
245. What Bells & Sex Have To Do With Each Other, A Mythic Rendering From Ancient Texts & Dreams, Circa 1981 1/22/2010
246. What Can Be Said, This Day, Of Remorse 1/26/2014
247. What Is Allowed Lace Of Vision 5/20/2012
248. What Is Known Is Variable And Dependent Upon Available Light - Instants Of Darkness Yielding Into Present Glory 12/17/2012
249. What Is Revealed 10/13/2012
250. What Is Revealed In Two 10/19/2012
251. What Is Revealed Side-By-Side 8/18/2011
252. What Is Revealed, Variation 11/25/2012
253. What Is Seen 4/23/2011
254. What Is Seen - Harlem Tenement 2/27/2013
255. What Pablo Saw In His Final Dream - Una Cancion Por Pablo Neruda 7/13/2012
256. What Remains, Remains 5/31/2012
257. What The Culture Drug In, Patchenesque* 9/18/2014
258. What The Orphan Knows About Light 12/13/2010
259. Whatever It Is, A Mariner's Tale 7/11/2013
260. Where Dispose Of The Joke Of Bones - Minimalist Cryptics Sometimes Metaphysical, Circa 1981 2/19/2010
261. Who To Blame - On The Ocassion Of The Deaths Of Robin Williams And Michael Brown 8/25/2014
262. Whose Form Is This Haiku 10/1/2012
263. With Marigolds The Sun Breaks Through Las Grutas De San Sebastian 3/25/2013
264. With Spring Arrives Blossoms, Bridges, And Old Kobayashi 4/13/2013
265. Words Of An Old Poet To The Younger 12/22/2010
266. Woven Little Mouths Many 11/28/2011
267. Y U Blokt Me? A Website Romance Untimely Ended 5/27/2012
268. Your Letters Arrive Fat 7/13/2013
269. Your Throat Oddly Fish-Shaped 8/16/2012
Best Poem of Warren Falcon

Autumn Haiku

Even from my front porch
the rusted sewing machine
yearns for golden thread.

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Nocturne

[from early poems,1970's, youthful attempts at voice]

Fogs of summer
Through the green
Stalks Will shake
Take sweetness
From the corn and
With their tassels
Make an infant's

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