Brian Mayo

Gold Star - 12,347 Points [the cheese whisperer] (1960)

Brian Mayo Poems

41. Poem's End 3/7/2016
42. A Piem 1/11/2016
43. A New Leaf 11/11/2015
44. Willy Wonka And The Bankruptcy 10/24/2015
45. The World's Most Dangerous Poem 10/18/2015
46. Wizard Of Oz-A Requiem 10/20/2015
47. Wheel Meet Again 10/21/2015
48. The Poem That Almost Wasn't 10/22/2015
49. Poem Discovered On Cave Wall 11/13/2015
50. Jesus At Anger Management 11/1/2015
51. Sonnet: Upstream 3/12/2016
52. Christian Cars 3/5/2016
53. Confessions Of The Pope 2/22/2016
54. Limerick - Lady Named Pam 2/6/2016
55. Before Poetry- Haiku 10/23/2015
56. Once 5/16/2016
57. She Hated Poetry 3/11/2016
58. How To Write A Poem 3/9/2016
59. One-Vowel Haiku (A) 10/18/2015
60. The Possum 10/20/2015
61. Panning For Poems 12/7/2015
62. Wild Poppy 11/23/2015
63. My Great And Terrific Poem 10/26/2015
64. Steal This Poem 10/24/2015

Comments about Brian Mayo

  • Theodora Onken (5/9/2016 9:11:00 PM)

    Brian, you are one of the few here who recognizes good poetry from total crap; Have been here many years and have seen it all. Really hope that you stay - continue sharing your great poetry and do not ever stop commenting. You are honest and brave and recognize - the awesome and the almost grade school writes of those who love to throw around big names and quotes but who make many mistakes in the writing of their gibberish. Tell you at times, i feel as if i am visiting the loony bin. Do not know what has happened to this once highly held-respected site but it has lost a lot of it's credibility since December. Anyway, just wanted to say, keep on, keepin' on. Maybe this site can be saved.

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  • Bri Edwards Bri Edwards (2/5/2016 3:02:00 PM)

    do yourself a favor (if you are like me) and check out Brian's The Possum. maybe not for the staunch animal-lover.
    bri :)

  • Wes Vogler Wes Vogler (11/25/2015 12:25:00 AM)

    The guy's a nut and loads of fun. He entertains as many do not.

  • Pamela Sinicrope Pamela Sinicrope (11/13/2015 7:39:00 PM)

    I have truly enjoyed perusing Brian Mayo's poetry and prose. He's caught me off guard and made me laugh or gasp too many times to count. I actually stole one of his poems and claimed it as my own, but then he skillfully brought it back with a piece of attached twine. He is masterful with his pen, his wit, and his satire. He's actually kind of fearless in his writing, tackling subjects including: Christ, the devil, poem, drones, and paper napkins. He's crafty with rhymes, but equally good with his prose, storytelling, and ability to evoke strong, beautiful, and sometimes, unsettling images. Pretty much all of his pieces have a strong message to impart, despite the fact that some may appear 'cute' or simple on the outside. The 'tell-tale heart' beats within the candy she'll exterior. Read his poems... But be careful... They BITE! ;)

  • Neran Sati (10/23/2015 6:55:00 AM)

    I see Brian as ingeniuos poet, granted with splendid imagination, lucent style and wonderfully rational expression, creating poems of superb harmony and thrilling beauty. From haiku and gentle lyrics to witty humorous pieces. My favorite are the latter, where in bright colours, he strikes various faces of prejudice, superstition or adoration, using original imaginative discourse permeated with more or less overt irony, to my mind echoing Gulliver's travels. It also sounds like surpassing present issues, in the service of true humanity, always along but rarely awaken.

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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One-Vowel Haiku (A)

as aardvarks attack,
a pajama-clad madman
rants at a farmhand

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