Robert Charles Howard

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

Robert Charles Howard Poems

41. The Mongoose 2/26/2009
42. 13 Ways Of Looking At The Mountains 6/1/2010
43. Golden Silence 6/23/2008
44. Jeff's Generator Shop 9/2/2008
45. En Passant 1/30/2008
46. Deluge 3/21/2008
47. K. C. Snow Globe 2/21/2008
48. Soul Flight 7/23/2006
49. Musica Antigua - Musica Moderna 12/20/2007
50. Needle In The Desert 2/10/2008
51. Ockham's Appliance 12/30/2007
52. Old Boethius 12/27/2007
53. Hero Without A Badge 7/27/2006
54. Requiescat In Pacem 7/27/2006
55. Medicine Wagon 12/30/2006
56. It's A Near Scandal! 10/19/2007
57. Horizontal Transcendence 5/9/2007
58. Nude Seated By The Window 12/28/2008
59. Mini You 3/22/2016
60. A Time For Flying 10/15/2010
61. Steamship, Put-In-Bay 11/26/2008
62. The Yellow Scooter 9/20/2008
63. Life Is A Cafeteria 3/24/2008
64. Contentment 5/21/2008
65. Mastodon Hunt 7/23/2006
66. Gathering Wood For The Hearth 7/23/2006
67. Morning Paper 4/15/2007
68. Lame Deer's Vision 7/23/2006
69. Sacred Calderas 7/23/2006
70. Sam's Watch (1915) 8/2/2006
71. *more Gnu Ones 3/21/2008
72. Jerry Singing At His Lathe 7/23/2006
73. Johann Sebastian Bach 12/27/2007
74. Harper's Ferry 3/12/2008
75. Growing Season 12/23/2006
76. The Fly On Einstein's Wall 7/23/2006
77. Jacob's Ladder 7/24/2006
78. Garden Of Glass 10/22/2006
79. Grace The Magician 2/23/2007
80. Nightfall 7/23/2006
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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Hero Without A Badge

Richard strained his eyes
and watched his deliverer
merge into misty shadows.
Never would he know
whose strong arms had dragged him
from twisted metal and flames
that used to be his Ford.

At first screaming sirens

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