Andrew Fincham

Rookie (1964 / Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire, UK)

Andrew Fincham Poems

41. Sunshine (Shipston On Stour) 3/23/2009
42. Disappointment 2/16/2005
43. A Transformation (Easter Snow) 4/21/2008
44. Refugees 12/27/2004
45. Auschwitz 25th January 2005 2/16/2005
46. Chapter Ii 12/27/2004
47. Second Hand Prague 10/25/2006
48. Before (In A Dream) 12/27/2004
49. Chopin 2/16/2005
50. Chameleon (Only So Much You Can Do Before You Die) 12/27/2004
51. Rainbow Bridge 12/27/2004
52. Alphabet 12/27/2004
53. Afternoon 12/27/2004
54. Alcohol 1/27/2005

Comments about Andrew Fincham

  • Stephen Saul Stephen Saul (2/24/2005 4:51:00 PM)

    Greetings, Andrew!

    I'm not sure my last comment posted. Here goes again:

    I like to correspond with poets I like. I like your work, especially 'Aftermath.' Your work has a certain mood I'm attracted to in poetry. I'd like to add your email address to my list. I currently correspond with poets Edward Carvalho; Vernon Frazer; Ulrike Gerbig; Law H. Fisher; William Taylor, Jr.; and Joyce Lazarus.

    You can learn more about me at my website: stephensaul.com. My Email address is wanderings@poetic.com. And I have work posted on PoemHunter.com.

    Truly,
    Stephen Saul

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Best Poem of Andrew Fincham

Alcohol

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
sting of a tall German Krout bottle with a kick
hit with a stick
tart sharp as a knife or a
whore’s knicker kiss -
I love alcohol
the thirst of a long cool glass of it
short gaelic cough of a barman’s nip
a medicinal one, one for the road &
the favourite of all the hair of the dog
its a prairie fire its a blind doggies chance
its in over your head its over in a trance
its the smell of...

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Echo

My darling.
I, as you are unwrapped
Sense you in your perfume
Watch
Your rise and fall
Breathe with your breath,
See with eyes
Full of your wonder.
I feel your hands wander and

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