Donal Mahoney


Donal Mahoney Poems

641. Bullies And The Wimp 10/12/2015
642. Marimba In The Afternoon 10/12/2015
643. Old Quilter, Old Poet 10/13/2015
644. Liechtenstein Noticed 10/14/2015
645. Bugs And People 10/15/2015
646. No Cola Raise Next Year 10/17/2015
647. Old Sam In Room 322 10/17/2015
648. Protect And Serve 10/17/2015
649. A Symphony Lost 10/18/2015
650. Venus Calling Mars At Midnight 10/20/2015
651. They Were Refugees, Too 10/20/2015
652. An Urban Tale: First Job Interview 10/22/2015
653. Lake Of Fire 10/22/2015
654. Remainder Bin 10/23/2015
655. A Garden Of Their Own 10/23/2015
656. A Certain Look 10/24/2015
657. As Wally Explained On The Locked Side Later 10/24/2015
658. Two In The Soup 10/25/2015
659. Tough Call On Pluto 10/25/2015
660. Monitor Lizard, Chomping 10/26/2015
661. Mortimer's Problem 10/27/2015
662. Little Gourds In Autumn 10/29/2015
663. A Widow And Her Pekingese 10/30/2015
664. How They Do It In Syria Today 10/30/2015
665. Martha And Mel Wait For The Elevator 11/2/2015
666. Stranger Comes To Town 11/3/2015
667. Multi-Tasking Drug 11/4/2015
668. Morning Coffee Can Be So Important 11/4/2015
669. Fake With Your Left 11/5/2015
670. Gender Inequality 11/6/2015
671. Ms. Editor Savaged By Mr. Author 11/8/2015
672. Big Difference 11/10/2015
673. Ladies Night At The Amvets Hall 11/10/2015
674. Time Flies 11/12/2015
675. All The Nudes Not Fit To Print 11/13/2015
676. An Opinion On Events At The University Of Missouri 11/14/2015
677. Gardening In Autumn 11/14/2015
678. A Milkshake Brings Advice 11/16/2015
679. Subway Caucus 11/16/2015
680. Monsanto Scientist In Hospice 11/16/2015

Comments about Donal Mahoney

  • Eugene Levich Eugene Levich (7/4/2015 12:10:00 PM)

    Viva Donal Mahoney... author of some of the loveliest poetry I've read this year!

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  • Cece D Cece D (9/23/2013 9:00:00 AM)

    Love your writing! Keep it up

Best Poem of Donal Mahoney

Income Equality

Wilbur's always lived
in the navel of society,
lost in the lint
of the middle class.

His parents lived there too.
So will his children if they
fail to win the lottery.
Not a problem for Wilbur.

From his navel he can
see the poor sweat
at jobs they died for.
When he looks up

he can see the rich bet
on stocks and then relax
with wine and caviar.
That's the way the world works.

Wilbur's father told him
it's always been that way
and always will be.
And like his father

Wilbur knows the world
will always have ...

Read the full of Income Equality

The Honey Room

Brother Al, in his hood,
is out in his field
making love to his bees.
From my room I can see him
move through his hives
the way people should move
among people.
The bees give him gold and the gold
turns orange in the jars

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