The Folding of the Wings

The Folding of the Wings
by Frank William Finney

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“There must be ice in a person’s life,” Frank William Finney writes in “Hitchhiking in the 70s.” “A Cold Eye” ends: your neck’s on the rail/and the train’s on time. Finney’s darkly gnomic poems-disturbing and haunting-are compellingly readable. I couldn’t put them down and then immediately wanted to read them all again. These are poems I want to keep and live with. —Lloyd Schwartz, author of Who’s on First? New and Selected Poems and Pulitzer Prize-winning critic.

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