The riumphed song of Fargle-Wargle rang into the night,
Wings in tatters outspread,
Lust hongorous for the fleeble world through more fleeble might.
Desire gorgified.

Jonking of dark scaled beasts reverberate in celebration,
Thousand of burnt flags raised,
Shouts and beatings of snyls slowly rise in escalation.
Demonstrations of praise.

The riumphed song of fargle-wargle came to its own end
Claws brought angrily forth.
Dattering of feet only against the silence would rend,
Before him his life’s worth.

Flames as if from hell erupt before the fargle-wargle,
Pleasure emanating
From his sinified smile, hands, wings, and every gesture,
Sky filled with his being.
Flames, eternal flames consume his rotting fleeble being,
Silence, all dead silence.

(c) Bret Sears – 2011

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About poetryoftheasian

I've been writting poetry for only a few years as a little hobby, and have had a few published in a small poetry contest. I currently want to write more and improve as much as I can. Any tips or feedback would be much appreciated. It is possible that after a few weeks I will revise parts of some of my poems.
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47 Responses to Fargle-Wargle

  1. Angela says:

    Such an imaginative work and great use of words.

  2. lolamouse says:

    What a great poem! I love the use of rhyme and the words you made up! Reminds me of Jabberwocky. Thanks for visiting my blog too.

  3. short poems says:

    What a lovely write…very smooth word flow.
    Thanks for sharing!

  4. trisha says:

    what a vivid imagination and the power to capture it skillfully. enjoyed it to the core.

  5. Scent of my heart says:

    I like the rhymes and the interesting words you use. Nice style!

  6. Scent of my heart says:

    Hi, how are you?

    I am Blaga from Jingle Poetry : http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/

    You are invited to join Monday Poetry Potluck Week 20, we are open Sunday 8pm, American Central Time, will remain open for 72 hours,

    if you fall short writing a theme related piece, feel free to share 1 to 3 old poems…Best Regards.

    Hope to see you in..sign in to follow our blog if you can!

    We value your support and would be more than happy to see you share…

    Best Wishes for your day.

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  7. tigerbrite says:

    Enjoyed it. Reminded me of Alice in Wonderland.

  8. Jingle says:

    Thanks for participating, you are super hero in the rally these weeks.
    perfect rhythms in your words.

    do link one of your poems to Jingle poetry Potluck via scent of my heart’s comment…

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  10. Interesting write.. 🙂

    I am glad I am here to read your interesting words.. Found you through Thursday Poets Rally week 38.. You are the 9th on my list for this visit and here is mine.. http://www.tingtasy.com/2011/02/collections-of-tings-poetry-tpf107.html

    See you around.. 🙂

  11. kshawnedgar says:

    “…of dark scaled beasts” is good. I like the sound of this one read aloud.

  12. d says:

    very creative! loved it. 🙂

  13. frayedges says:

    Love it! Sends the imagination reeling.

  14. excellent poem…loved the dramatic feel to it.

  15. tasithoughts says:

    You have a mastery of words. This was a wonderful poem with such a great use of words.



    • Thanks! I’m glad you liked the use of words! This was actually an assignment I had based on using multiple made up words for my creative writing class so I’m glad to hear it turned out well.

  16. Shashi says:

    ‘From his sinified smile, hands, wings, and every gesture,
    Sky filled with his being.’
    So beautifully penned…

    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
    Twitter @VerseEveryDay

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  18. Seasweetie says:

    Excellent work – it makes me think not only of the fantasy of the fargle-wargle but of how words evolve. Thank you.

  19. very nice rhyme and feel to ur poem 🙂 thanks for rallying..!

  20. Judith Evans says:

    Such creative and imaginative writing! Thanks for visiting my blog.

  21. meiro says:

    Lovely written
    I like it.

  22. Thanks! Glad you liked it!

  23. Poets Rally says:


    Hope all is well.

    Noting that you have been part of poets rally in the year of 2011,
    what an achievement, thanks for your outstanding contribution to us
    along the way, keep up the excellence. Best!

    Come join our poetry rally today if you wish to mingle and get inspired!

    A poem of your choice or a free verse is accepted.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

    Looking forward to seeing you share.
    Respect and hugs.

  24. This poem was noisy (in a good way) and incredibly fun to read. Fantastic job!

  25. Janrae Mendoza says:

    Stunning. The poem itself forces the reader to imagine and see the imagery behind the poem. I enjoyed reading your poem. Happy Poets Rally.

  26. beautiful imaginations.

    write on.

    Happy 2013.

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