By Margaret Rockwell Finch
PRAISE FOR CRONE’S WINES:
Margaret Rockwell Finch’s relocating lyrics are passionate and calmly elegiac through turns. They converse unabashedly approximately hope and the human center, yet with no the taints of sensationalism or sentimentality. converse, notwithstanding, isn't the correct notice; given the delicately became musicality of those poems, the mot juste needs to be sing.
— David Yezzi, writer of Birds of the Air
Haunted, burnished ardour echoes via those deft and wonderfully alert lyrics. Margaret Rockwell Finch makes use of poetry’s conventional potential to ends which are only her personal. From time’s quarrels, she has formed poems that resonate with poetry’s timelessness.
— Baron Wormser, writer of the line Washes Out in Spring
Like the simplest of the chain of passionate ladies poets to which she belongs, Margaret Rockwell Finch is expert within the completely torqued line, angled to drag energy directly from the private and sometimes the collective subconscious. such a lot of of those ideal crystals, cast with feeling and dignity out of the center of expertise, shine with the readability of honesty and the power of skillful craft. i'm venerated to count number this poet as my literal and literary foremother.
— Annie Finch, writer of Spells: New and chosen Poems
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Maggie Finch used to be born Margaret Rockwell on April 20, 1921. Her poems have seemed in guides resembling The Christian technological know-how video display, Saturday evaluation, and Sequoia, and her 3 prior books of poems are Davy’s Lake, The Barefoot Goose, and Sonnets from Seventy-Five Years. She has served as president of the nationwide Institute of yankee Doll Artists and copresident of the Maine Poets Society.
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