Biography of David Howerton
David started writing when he was fairly young. He has a wife 3 adult daughters and a granddaughter. He makes a living as a part time programmer. He has appeared in ‘Thirteen Poetry’, ‘Poetry Motel’, ‘Sierra Journal’, ‘Poetalk’, ‘Wavelength’, ‘Nexus’, ‘Sentinel Poetry’, ‘Write Away’, ‘Poetry Super Highway’, ’Decanto’, 'Poetry Motel', 'Sacramento News and Reviews', 'Poesy', 'Madswirl' as well as others
David Howerton Poems
More Short Short Poems
1) Accident Rebuilt silicon brain your memories are whispers
It's Out There Trying
It is sad being in bed unable to sleep feeling muscles and back ache. Take some solace
Once They'Re Lost
Old books piled every dusty room notebooks scattered on every stack.
End Of March 2006
Gather handfuls miners lettuce bright green wet in early morning some rosemary
Look Out Of Self
Couldn't care less how you feel oppressed. So self centered what makes you think
Have Begun Feeling Better
Well, well spent most of day sitting feeling sorry now stars coming out
New Campfire Stories
Listen Coyote whispers old stories in newsgroups now haunting wire as he did campfires long ago.
Wait A Week Then
Kind of cold sitting watching shadows twitch across walls.
Wasn'T Bad At First
Colorful gray sky moves east with aching day. Turn outside for walk and with luck
Time For You To Leave
Holding you I felt sobs shaking your body shirt soaked in tears gave comfort stroked hair until composed drying face
A Good Quiet Day
Less time day ends soon November warm quiet gentle whisper of wind in digger pines.
A Bad Start
Searched through rubble at driveways edge looking for a spool of thread, dropped this morning
tan muchos años miré usted cambio. Bien usada cuando primero compartimos los años del excedente del recorrido
Well About Time
Been here watching night getting long. Traffic noise light for a change
New Campfire Stories
Listen Coyote whispers
old stories in newsgroups now
haunting wire as he did
campfires long ago.
Now he sits hitting keys
laughing at us
so willing to believe