The Weather-Beaten Scarecrow

ISBN: 978-1-907682-91-9 | Pages: 80 | Published in: 2022

In The Weather-Beaten Scarecrow, the second poetry collection by James Finnegan, he focuses on place, history, nature, movement, animal, landscape, humanity and what it means to have clear space for rest and thought. It contains poems of loss, joy, solitude, love of life and a sustained sense that something worthwhile abides and abounds.



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