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

Afternoon

When I think of all I've ever wanted to do
It all comes back to you,
Whom I've loved.

Where years could pass in a look -
a hand -
a view -

To be over
Too soon

All secret
In an afternoon.

One waiting second:
Hour’s disappointment.

What can you say,
To we who were together for one day?

An afternoon was longer in your arm around my waist
and your breath cold wreathing about my face
and your eyes love.

These I have missed so much.

Read the full of Afternoon

Very January

Hope hid in a corner
While a naked day
Unfolded in emptiness.

Outside,
A sea-grey sky
Faded to pink.

And the green-black
feathered pines
Never moved.

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