Brian Mayo

Gold Star - 12,344 Points [the cheese whisperer] (1960)

Brian Mayo Poems

1. One-Vowel Haiku (A) 10/18/2015
2. The Poet And The Pearly Gates 10/18/2015
3. Do Not Feed The Poem 10/18/2015
4. The World's Most Dangerous Poem 10/18/2015
5. Monolith 10/19/2015
6. Waiting And Stuff 10/19/2015
7. The Possum 10/20/2015
8. Wizard Of Oz-A Requiem 10/20/2015
9. Wheel Meet Again 10/21/2015
10. Scary Movies! 10/21/2015
11. It's Not That He Doesn't Care 10/22/2015
12. A Superb Haiku 10/22/2015
13. The Poem That Almost Wasn't 10/22/2015
14. The Devil's Iphone 10/23/2015
15. Before Poetry- Haiku 10/23/2015
16. Willy Wonka And The Bankruptcy 10/24/2015
17. Poetry Is Stupid 11/25/2015
18. Spilled Milk 11/29/2015
19. What If? 12/3/2015
20. Panning For Poems 12/7/2015
21. Reflection 12/8/2015
22. Laundromat 12/9/2015
23. Limerick - Hugh Jasso 1/10/2016
24. A Piem 1/11/2016
25. Nocturnal 1/19/2016
26. Limerick - Lady Named Pam 2/6/2016
27. French Maid 2/7/2016
28. Limerick: Bathroom Humor 2/9/2016
29. Confessions Of The Pope 2/22/2016
30. Love Poem 2/29/2016
31. Indian Trails 3/2/2016
32. Apology To Jesus 3/4/2016
33. Christian Cars 3/5/2016
34. When I Get To Heaven 3/6/2016
35. Poem's End 3/7/2016
36. How To Write A Poem 3/9/2016
37. She Hated Poetry 3/11/2016
38. Haiku Roadkill 3/11/2016
39. Limerick: Amazon Delivery Drone 10/28/2015
40. He Died 10/31/2015
Best Poem of Brian Mayo

Steal This Poem

Here’s a poem for you to steal
Just take it; don’t be shy
I’m sure the man who wrote it has
An adequate supply.

It’s just the poem you’re looking for-
Amusing and succinct
Yet bad enough for people to
Believe it’s one you inked.

You simply highlight all the text
And copy with one click
Then paste it anywhere you want
It’s really just that quick.

Don’t stop now; just one more step
And then this poem you’ll claim
It’s really just a little thing…
You’ve got to sign your name.


(your name here)

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Do Not Feed The Poem

A poem should growl
and pace.
It should
test
the locks
and
hurl itself
against the bars.

It should roar
and
suddenly break-free,
making the crowd gasp.

And when it’s gone…

deep tracks
remain
where something magnificent
once dared to live.

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