Crone's Wines: Late Poems

Crone's Wines: Late Poems

by Margaret Rockwell Finch


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781773490038
Publisher: Able Muse Press
Publication date: 07/10/2017
Pages: 170
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.39(d)

About the Author

Maggie Finch was born Margaret Rockwell on April 20, 1921. Her poems have appeared in publications such as The Christian Science Monitor, Saturday Review, and Sequoia, and her three previous books of poems are Davy’s Lake, The Barefoot Goose, and Sonnets from Seventy-Five Years. She has served as president of the National Institute of American Doll Artists and copresident of the Maine Poets Society.

Table of Contents




Interview with Maggie Finch

Voices over Water

Another Perspective

After News of a Massacre, 2007

The Springing Sun

Voices over Water


Open Doors

Inlet, Tidal River at Flood

In October

At Moosehead

Dawn Over the Kennebec

On the Various Levels of Pleasure

March Waking

Therefore, Come


Cross Country

Ringwood Valley

A Vernal Query

Traveler’s Song

Learning from Early Coffee

Observe the Butterfly

Kennebec: Catching the Eastern Shore

Meander Path

Country Song

To Mr W.S. Merwin, On Reading “To This May”

Go, Gather Shells

Go, Gather Shells

Childhood’s Child

Coward, Coward

The Lost Garden

Althea’s Cinderella

About That Widow

Old Mags

Neatly Done

My Cousin

Lines for Morag Aitkenhead

Great-Uncle John

Bronzino’s Eleonora of Toledo with

Son, Don Giovanni

On the Twentieth of April

Lynne’s Gifts

The Disappeared

A Candle in the Small Hours

The Misplaced Poem


Three Ships

That We May Share


Whether or Not

You Are Appointed to Everlasting Glory

Find One

Out of Silence


The Wind

Your Silence

For a Time

That We May Share


So It May

Brave the Break

Strange Things Blues

One of Us

The Haiku

The Cinquain

The Understudy


Into the Winter

After Seven Years

The Door Ajar

Into the Clearing

What Think You?

Sonnets to Hayes

In Reply to “A Poem for Maggie”

Better Late than Never

In Celebration of the Day

On Staying Home from the Fair

Doubly Glad

Comes Time

Dear Friend

The Cat’s Dinner

Blue Bowls

The Familiar

My Pure Black Fur

Latest Advisements

Morning Story

Sextets & Such

Lines Found

Ships That Pass . . . (at Eighty-Three)

A Dental Ode (for Bruce Verrill)

Confession of an Old, Female Half-Hippie

Crone’s Wines


Crone’s Wines

An Octogenarian Homily

From a Heavy Winter

All Hallows

In My Mirror

Consideration of Weather

Death Watch


Dark’s Wall

You Know Who You Are

Song at the Shore

Leo under the Snow

Whatever Weather

Toward Helicon

Regarding Mary

Dreaming the Dead

Elegy in November

My Wall

Hands Beneath Head

A Painting with Final Colors

Leo at Leaf-Fall

Little Elegy/Little Jubilee

The Twins


Three Mothers


Just before Midnight

When Will She Turn

At Sunrise

On That Last Stone

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