From Feathertale's Big Book of Exquisitely Egregious Poetry and Diverse Versification and So Forth and Such, edited by Corina Milic. Published by Feathertale in 2012. Greg Santos is the author of The Emperor's Sofa (2010) and Rabbit Punch! (2014), both from DC Books. He is the poetry editor for carte blanche. He lives in Montreal.
A moose a day keeps the doctor away.
Which came first, the chicken or the moose?
Kill two birds with one moose.
Don’t count your moose until they’ve hatched.
A moose in the hand is worth two in the bush.
It’s raining cats and moose.
There are many ways to skin a moose.
Burn the moose at both ends.
One goose, two geese. (One moose, two meese?)
Best thing since sliced moose.
Caught with your hand in the moose.
Big moose in a small pond.
A rolling moose gathers no moss.
Keep your friends close and your moose closer.
Always a bridesmaid, never a moose.