Biography of J.G. Finch
Justin Garfield Daniels known as J.G. Finch is an African American poet from the south who is known for his beautiful and tearful poetry. He received reviews from well known artist from his book of poems called Heavy Things. J.G. Finch is a brilliant poet. His poems tell a story, having all of them start with a beginning, climax and ending. Two of his pieces were accepted in the 2019 Altadena review.
Family background: J.G. Finch comes from a family of educators. Father was professor, therapist and preacher.
Upbringing: J.G. Finch was raised in Tennessee and Texas.
Interesting fact about author: J.G. Finch is autistic.
Finch has a fascination with birds hence, his pen name Finch.
J.G. Finch's Works:
J.G. Finch Poems
Don't touch me with those soft hands Don't sit and pout in front of me expecting me to stare into your beauty To be lost into your skin
Following Sandra In New Orleans
Heaviness painfully throbbed your beating heart, as the world could not understand it and could never see it. With your slurred words
The love for the taste of pain, like the smell of flesh bathed in expensive perfume
Race And Politics
They fight but is it my fight? What have I done but be born with black skin? They fight, red against blue
Don't touch me with those soft hands
Don't sit and pout in front of me
expecting me to stare into your beauty
To be lost into your skin
For you to be lost in my arms