Warren Falcon

Rookie - 305 Points (04/23/52 - xxxx / Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA)

Warren Falcon Poems

241. Brief Prayer After Viewing Grunewald's 'Isenheim Christ' 9/21/2010
242. Boots. Spider - 2 Winter Haiku 12/3/2014
243. Black Mouse Surveys A Village 10/1/2012
244. Black Mouse Makes The World 1/31/2012
245. Beyond Blossoms, For James Wright 3/12/2010
246. Bessie Smith - Powder Dancing On 3rd Street, Chattanooga (Circa 1971) 3/31/2010
247. Because They Rhyme They Live, Not I 12/31/2009
248. Bare To Such Luscence - A Catfish Mass 3/25/2010
249. Babel Soup 10/5/2011
250. Avoid The Narrows 7/29/2013
251. Autumnal Math 2/5/2010
252. Autumn Haiku 12/17/2009
253. As Dew On Grass Sleeves No Longer Stiffening In The Wind - Moments From The Orange World - After Reading Kenneth Patchen 12/17/2010
254. Ars Poetica Redux 12/16/2009
255. Are You Hungry? A Poem For Departure 9/25/2012
256. Archeology - What The Stele Says 'Upon Taking A Much Younger Lover' 3/23/2011
257. Anunciación - Para César Vallejo 12/12/2011
258. Annunciation - For Cesar Vallejo 3/23/2011
259. 'And The Daylight Separated The Mad Boy From His Shadow' - Cancion For Garcia Lorca 11/15/2011
260. Amir, Prince Of Treetops, Now Sleeps In His Bright Yellow Room 2/14/2012
261. Alchemical Passes For Father And Son - Turning Thighs To Diamonds - Third Pass 1/14/2011
262. After Folly - An Aging Poet Addresses One Who Wanders In Mountains Remote 5/6/2011
263. Abandoned Train Station Near Grandmother's Grave 9/15/2010
264. A Shabbos Poem Beginning With A Line From Zukofsky - Upon Finding A Book Of His Poems On A Street Corner Manhattan Lower East 2/10/2012
265. A Poem In Fragments Beginning With A Line From Berryman 5/24/2012
266. A Gypsy Cab Author Caught In A Texas Milky Way, A Letter Poem To M. Meursault 3/19/2011
267. A Grief Earned - An Ode Beginning & Ending With Lines From Shelley 6/24/2012
268. 3 Am Kingfisher Sonata 6/23/2011
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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