Mary Naylor

Rookie (12/17/33 / Chicago, Illinois)

Mary Naylor Poems

81. Spring 4/29/2008
82. The Pretend Easter Bunny (With A Nonet Segueway) 3/22/2008
83. The Strange Case Of The Illegal Runaway Shoes 3/10/2008
84. The Spectral Sailor - A Sea Chantey 6/27/2007
85. Rhapsody Unshackled (Serious Adult Content) 8/24/2006
86. It's Been Such A Long Time... 5/20/2006
87. If I Could 2/19/2006
88. Past Perfect 8/18/2007
89. Heat Wave (Nonet) By Mary Naylor Revised August 22 2007 8/23/2007
90. Listen For The Bells (Revised) 7/19/2008
91. Ghost Of Christmas Future Or Once Upon A Christmas Dreary (Concrete Poem) 11/7/2008
92. Dream Hoese Ii (Revised) 8/31/2006
93. Middle Passage Remembrance Day - June 2 6/15/2007
94. The Paper Man 2/16/2007
95. The Alpha And The Omega 8/24/2006
96. Do Angels Laugh (Nonet) 8/26/2007
97. Halloween Hospital On Nightmare Lane (Adult Material, Not Suitable For Children) 9/5/2007
98. Haiku Collection 10/6/2007
99. Demon Herd 11/1/2007
100. Say A Prayer For Darfur (Revised) 11/13/2007
101. Requiescant In Pace (An Epitaph) 11/16/2007
102. Crescendo 3/14/2006
103. Yow 2/19/2006
104. An Angel Went Walking 7/24/2006
105. The Old Man's Plan 6/8/2006
106. The Ballad Of The Burma Siam Railroad(Warning, Grim Content) 2/19/2006
107. Fire! 2/17/2006
108. The Lantern 2/7/2006
109. Prison Bars 2/10/2006
110. Die, Killer, Die 1/2/2003
111. Hummingbirds' Carrousel 11/27/2009
112. The Man Whose Head Was A Window 12/1/2009
113. September 11 8/28/2006
114. Amen! Amen! (Haiku) 11/7/2008
115. Redemption 3/13/2008
116. Mr. Spider Reflects Upon Illegal Immigrants 2/23/2008
117. Journey 5/14/2008
118. The Little Leaf 9/1/2008
119. Gram's Book Of Rules 9/26/2008
120. Cinco De Mayo 4/5/2009

Comments about Mary Naylor

  • Sandra Fowler (12/7/2006 4:45:00 PM)

    Mary Naylor is one of my favorite poets at poemhunter. Her work is beautiful, eloquent and compassionate. It is deserving of much applause.

    Sandra Fowler

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Best Poem of Mary Naylor

Autumn Dreams

Grinning pumpkins, falling leaves,
Dancing scarecrows, twirling breeze,
Color, color everywhere,
Autumn dreams are in the air! Autumn is a woman growing old,
Ready to let what is dead go,
Her youthful radiance has faded, and that's sad,
But underneath she discovers a
spread of colors she didn't know she had. Little children screech and run,
Ghosts and goblins having fun,
Color, color everywhere,
Autumn dreams are in the air! Around her a kaleidoscope of leaves are whirling.
Deep within her visions stir of new life that will be,
A budding, a ...

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Die, Killer, Die

A red veil was floating around the killer's head,
and his face was a cold, hard, mask.
He entered the execution chamber
and they strapped him to the chair.
They lowered the cap to his bare,
shaved skull. Out in the yard you could hear
the demonstrator's call and cry, Die, Killer, Die There were a few quiet sobs, a few shudders and gasps,
but mostly there was a fireball of rage burning inside,
and a red mist hanging over hard, hard, eyes.

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