Donal Mahoney


Donal Mahoney Poems

81. Dropping The Paisley 10/19/2012
82. Two Mutes In The Press Room 10/19/2012
83. The Whole Thing Over With 10/21/2012
84. The Lettuce Workers 10/24/2012
85. Feline In Winter 10/24/2012
86. Intermission 11/2/2012
87. An Eighth Of A Lemon 11/4/2012
88. Aura And Essence 11/4/2012
89. Cleats 11/4/2012
90. Wooden Anniversary 11/5/2012
91. Love And Slaughter 11/5/2012
92. Bag Lady 11/10/2012
93. Old Romeo Puts His Bible Down 11/13/2012
94. Maggie And Max 11/15/2012
95. Mayan Apocalypse 11/15/2012
96. The Zombie's Wife 11/18/2012
97. Night Lit Bright Their Signal 11/19/2012
98. Big Meeting At The Corporate Office 10/1/2012
99. Corner Office 11/4/2012
100. Ritual 11/4/2012
101. Mabel And Walt 11/22/2012
102. Raspberry Hives 11/27/2012
103. Physical For An Old Woman Picked Up Wandering 11/28/2012
104. Blinking Like Ferrets 11/30/2012
105. Five Parrots And A Cat 12/11/2012
106. Christmastime In America 12/12/2012
107. Feliz Navidad 12/14/2012
108. Darfur 12/16/2012
109. Leaving The Station 12/18/2012
110. In Memoriam 12/19/2012
111. Body Art 1/4/2013
112. That Old-Time Religion 1/8/2013
113. Daydream 1/13/2013
114. The Whole Mad Swirl 1/15/2013
115. One Day All Whores Will Magdalene 1/16/2013
116. Woman In The Day Room Crying 2/8/2013
117. Puff Up, Inflate 2/8/2013
118. Beowulf With Dr. Engelhardt 2/9/2013
119. The Widow Murphy Sets Her Cap 2/13/2013
120. Still Life 2/18/2013

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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