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David Boyer

David Boyer

Born: in Pottsville Pennsylvania, USA
Resides: Stamford, Connecticut, USA
E-mail: dave (dot) boyer (at) gmail (dot) com

I've been writing poetry since I was a teenager and I fell in love with haiku in the early days of the new millennium.

Awards and Other Honors: My work has appeared in inside the mirror: The Red Moon Anthology of English–Language Haiku 2005 (Red Moon Press, 2006) and A New Resonance 5: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku (Red Moon Press, 2007).

Selected Work
 
summer afternoon—
moving my pens
a little to the left
 
the little well by your clavicle—
leaves falling already
 
 
 
twilight
the boys ride in circles
a little longer
 
the dishwasher
halfway through
a dream of the ocean
 
 
 
her sarcasm
lost
in the stars
 
her hand on my chest
in the laundry room—
the short night
 
 

Credits: "summer afternoon" - Frogpond XXVIII:2 (2005); inside the mirror, The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2005 (Red Moon Press, 2006); "twilight" - Modern Haiku 37.2 (2006); "her sarcasm" - A New Resonance 5: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku (Red Moon Press, 2007); "the little well by your clavicle" - Presence #26 (2005); "the dishwasher" - Paper Wasp (Summer 2006); A New Resonance 5: Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku (Red Moon Press, 2007); "her hand on my chest" - Frogpond XXIX:2 (2006).

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