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Francis Alexander Finch, poem by Carl Boon

Fran­cis Alexan­der Finch tilts his plas­tic din­ner plate against the hard light of Hazel­ton Prison, rea­son­ing the details of his rape case and lim­it­ing the move­ment of a sin­gle black ant. His moth­er, JoAnne Daphne Finch, has exit­ed the grounds and leans on … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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