Robert Charles Howard

Rookie - 346 Points (26 DEC 1943 / Wyandotte MI)

Robert Charles Howard Poems

1. Khoral Kathy 1/31/2008
2. Kayla 2/6/2008
3. Singing Valentine 2/9/2008
4. Grand Prize, $10,000! (Re-Post) 5/12/2008
5. Eternal Dust 5/18/2008
6. In Praise Of Muscles 5/20/2008
7. Go Ahead, Be Nervous 5/20/2008
8. The Finest Dance 6/21/2008
9. Sudoku Passion 6/28/2008
10. Galactic Blues 8/1/2008
11. Stylus, Radio And Broomstick 8/29/2009
12. Frodo And David 9/14/2009
13. Welcome To My Casino! 3/26/2010
14. Summer Day On The Current River 6/23/2009
15. Terror In Her Eyes 8/9/2010
16. You Don'T Know Jack! 10/15/2010
17. Word Music 10/15/2010
18. In Memoriam, Will Barber 11/3/2010
19. Winter Solstice 12/27/2010
20. Suburban Sunrise 10/15/2007
21. Like A Phoenix 3/16/2012
22. San Damiano 3/16/2012
23. Canticle Of Hope 8/23/2014
24. Elements Of Antiquity 3/2/2016
25. Chrysalis 3/16/2016
26. Fragile Truce 4/1/2016
27. Alpenglow 7/23/2014
28. Senza Fine (For Connie Francis) 12/31/2008
29. Piasa 3/13/2008
30. Sunday Drive 1/28/2009
31. Obama Takes The Oath 1/20/2009
32. Rockwoods Trail 9/6/2008
33. Fugitive Visions 11/12/2008
34. Fellow Traveler 3/30/2008
35. Death By Fire 5/29/2008
36. Thank You, Bones 5/18/2008
37. Masked Man 1/3/2008
38. High Toned And Christian 3/1/2016
39. After Rain 3/19/2016
40. Independence Day 7/4/2009

Comments about Robert Charles Howard

  • Meggie Gultiano Meggie Gultiano (1/14/2009 6:44:00 AM)

    Love this man very much.He is very kind, and very supportive when my piece, A PRAYER, was set into music by Stephen Paulus.Take care of you, Sir Robert.God bless you

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  • Jerry Hughes (10/18/2008 8:55:00 PM)

    Robert Charles Howard, I can't express in mere words my admiration...

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  • kskdnj sajn (2/18/2007 1:22:00 PM)

    Robert Howard's work is an inspiration. His series involving Thomas Jefferson and the 'Lewis and Clark expedition' will fascinate not only those who have aquired extensive knowledge in American history, but also to those who have not yet been quite so engaged, enchanting the reader to their own path of discovery. Robert has created a series of poetic knowledge that I hope will make its way into every history text book.

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  • Yvonne Rautenbach (1/22/2007 11:28:00 AM)

    .........a real diamond

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  • Will Barber (1/16/2007 3:45:00 AM)

    Robert Charles Howard is an erudite poet, whose musical and intellectual sensibilities continue to astound. With humor, wit and wisdom he guides the poetic community by example. His only lack seems to be cynicism, but others may supply that.

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  • Goldy Locks (9/1/2006 6:29:00 AM)

    It is evident when you read Robert’s pieces that he as had a rich background in
    music. Presenting his motifs in a narrative orchestration – as if he’s configured
    them into scenes and acts, he tells you stories. Enjoy.

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Best Poem of Robert Charles Howard

Anatomy Of Arrogance

A shivering ball of fear
wrapped in a crust of pride
too thick for sharpest arrows
huddles alone but well protected.

Grown to (wo) man,
that shivering ball,
aglow with haughty lustre,
plies the difficult art
of strutting from a seated position -
hoping beyond all fearing
that none will ever come to know
the terror behind the mask.

December, 2006

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Modern Narcissus

Narcissus leaned forward
to better view his matchless beauty
and tumbled to watery doom.

Beloved America,
how far can we lean in self adoration
before our coasts tilt into the seas?

July, 2006

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