Biography of Andrew Fincham
Andrew Fincham's Works:
'Center of Gravity' IBIS Warsaw 2004
'Warsaw Tales 2006' IBiS Warsaw 2005
'Prague Tales 2007' New Europe Writers Warsaw 2007
'Budapest Tales' NEW Warsaw 2008
Andrew Fincham Poems
I love the clink & the chink and the scent of the stink of it on a girl’s breath and the draw, the lure of the mixing a drink of it bottles of thick creamy stout
When I think of all I've ever wanted to do It all comes back to you, Whom I've loved.
Angel, you’re Beautiful Careless and Delicate,
Today I flew above a rainbow.
Chameleon (Only So Much You Can Do Befor...
The Chameleon blinked as he entered the stage (A popular act for an insecure age) They applauded him on from the roof to the floor (a recent review had been almost a page) .
Before (In A Dream)
In a dream I met you again And wished so deeply I could get to know you
Echoes of the defter lute From far away Recall (As through
Second Hand Prague
The clock’s renown Draws crowds Into the old town’s Heart
You want to write a world & one will be: Smaller than a twinkle
Auschwitz 25th January 2005
Sixty Years ago The best and worst Machine of death The world has known
There was a family on my bus I thought they came from Russia Or Moscow And I thought
As Fortune comes & Fortunes goes Each peoples
A Transformation (Easter Snow)
We who know the magic silence of the night as half embraced by sleep we slip inside the timelessness
Sunshine (Shipston On Stour)
The window Welcomes Heart of England Judges to the
Hope hid in a corner
While a naked day
Unfolded in emptiness.
A sea-grey sky
Faded to pink.
And the green-black