B. B. Lynch

Instead of beerI tried a new drink, a mojito.
It was good, I had two, I thought "neato!"
I chased it with wine,
THAT was not mighty fine,
And this morning I'm feeling like "sheet-o."


Pablo Saborio

It feels good
not being an artist
no language to impress
philosophical thoughts on cheese
a bit guilty of the next beer
depleting bank account

it feels good
to walk on snow
so crisp and pure
drinking the next beer
getting drunk
and all the rest

Rob Benecourt

I like beer, more
Than the average man,
And I drink it when I can,
Imagining a subtle
Undertow, sweeping
The sand from beneath
My feet, leaving me
Feeling sunken
Into a peace
Delivered only by
A flesh-first confrontation
With the sympathetic
Fever of a beer at twilight.

Dave Hollas

There once was a vampire,
lived not far from here,
He ate chocolate biscuits
and drank home brew beer.

The biscuits made him fat.
The beer made him drunk.
When he saw a mirror,
he thought he was a hunk.

As he had no reflection,
the image was in his head.
So he drank a lot more beer
and staggered off to bed.


Walace Wright

There is a rule to drink,
I think,
A rule of three
That you ‘ll agree
With me
Cannot be beat
And tends our lives to sweeten:
Drink ere you eat,
And while you eat,
And after you have eaten!

Susan Khorn

Here's to fighting, cheating, stealing and drinking.
If you fight, may you fight for a brother.
If you cheat, may you cheat death.
If you steal, may you steal a lady's heart.
And if you drink, may you drink with me.


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