Warren Falcon

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From The Dusk Of My Ghost House - Variant Excursions Into Biography Of An Inner Life

" A dog named Ego, the snowflakes as kisses" - Delmore Schwartz


The form of spirit as it awakens is adoration. - Ludwig Wittgenstein

Punished flesh leans into ground.

Our roots there ungrieved are ungrieved still.

I remain stuck in King James,
entangled in lyrical tongues,
Revelation's old virgin

other than bliss of barter - mine was
and is yet not a life well lived but most
certainly paid great attention to - too
painted, sketched, searched, reached,
stretched,... more »

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  • Dear Low,

    You did it. You left the trout behind.

    Sunday the corn was cut down. Apple trees
    in the nearby orchard were felled which explains
    the screams ...
    from ' 'Dear Low' - Upon His Leaving Remote Mountains For Manhattan, Circa 1981
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  • Arriving late to love

    the broken tower
    mourns its ringing ruin.

    Long drought of air
    stills the clapper.

    But one breath, Trembler,
    from ' Annunciation- for Cesar Vallejo'
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  • We lay together, two wrecks, Love,
    wooden ships conjoined by forces
    too great, too objective to blame.
    We stretch beside a shoreline,
    eels play in the one rib of our ...
    from 'Here Come The Wild Birds Again - Poem For Painters & Poets'
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  • This ancient tonguing
    betrays some fault
    disdaining the human world -

    which occurred first,
    the birthing or the wounding?

    Abjuring flesh of nece...
    from 'David To Jonathan, A Lost Psalm Recovered, Recent Translation, Circa 1978'
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  • ''and O this,
    this midnight stagger,
    nothing hurt but trembling
    hand shaking to dryness,
    the other leaning into yellow''
    from 'Sleep Walk'
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Ellipses For The Newly Dead Come To Ground


An ellipsis (plural ellipses; from the Ancient Greek: ἔλλειψις, élleipsis, 'omission' or 'falling short') is a series of dots (typically three, such as "…") that usually indicates an intentional omission of a word, sentence, or whole section from a text without altering its original meaning. - from Wikipedia


1: of, relating to, or shaped like an ellipse
2 a: of, relating to, or marked by ellipsis or an ellipsis
b (1) : of, relating to, or marked by extreme economy of speech or writing (2) : of or relating to deliberate obscurity (as of ...

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