Monthly Archives: April 2017

Dublin

Below the famous cobbles Theres a river running free Beehive rooms and neolithic caverns Where there be Piles of rocks all piled up And cavernous displays Evidence of pagan worship And medieval leys THe River Poddle Took the viking long … Continue reading

Child of the wilderness

A powerful kind of critter Likened to a machine 30pounds of muscle Known as the wolverine A great survivability With endurance and such grit Loves the Northern Wilderness For me they are a hit Supremely wild and mystical A phantom … Continue reading

It could only be England

Blue Bells and hailstones The realness attested The dandelions roared With their confident smile Without being negative The Hawthorn threw blossom Scented and gorgeous Mile after mile With the fae in the meadows The clocks ticking quietly The breeze sends … Continue reading

Subsistence whaling

Feeding the community A task some see as fun Striking at a bowhead whale When all is said and done Has a degree of valour But a species of this kind That has swum around for two hundred years A … Continue reading

Warrior of the jade stem

Bangladesh the vile ordeal Of working in the forests where Bamboo grows tall to the sky We warriors cut it Which is why The jade stem green and verdant Is carried by us and we Put it on the river … Continue reading

Ireland

The wildness personifies Nature’s true meaning The immortal Atlantic Its battle supreme Ireland stands strong Holding back the great giant Its cliffs rising purposefully And they do seem To Honour this emerald isle And its elements Thrown up in an … Continue reading

DJibouti to Hargeisa you take your life in your hands

The oldest and most dillapidated road trucks Ply this route its difficult and hard Loaded up with all sorts its so dangerous On unmade roads you have to be on guard Every moment of the long long journey There are … Continue reading

Wild Ireland and Skellig Rocks

It looks like a beehive Monks once did build In the 6th century how did they weild Their axes and shoulders With local stone they Struggled up all those steps Over the bay And there stands the monastery With So … Continue reading

THe Hippo’s Lament

AFter the migration Of the Mara river we Saw many many bodies floating Some precariously Bloated rapidly spoiling Getting caught on rocks Fly blown full of maggots Smelling like the pox The stench soon filled the air Clearly a health … Continue reading

VULTURES and human carnivores

We look at the scavengers And they appear Really rather ugly Though its actually clear Those that eat carrion Much of it though Is fresher than carnivores Eat here, you know Jackals and wild dogs and Hyena’s Are Providing a … Continue reading

The great migration

Fresh water and green grass To taste the verdure of the day Its what commands respect in Wilderbeest Whose real dismay The herds emaciated from the numbers Starving where The need and thrust Is to travel through the African dust … Continue reading

Anamalia

We must come to terms with reality For there is no other way We must look hard at the animals Of Africa and say Their loss is clearly our gain And our gain has to be At their loss thats … Continue reading

Chartreuse

From a forest in France Chartreuse can be seen A greenness and verdancy She is the queen Of the Fae so they say A lady most fair The most profound of spirits That ever was there One midsummers morning The … Continue reading

Snakes

Bats and rats and wolves and mice And SNAKES all get bad press MOsquito’s Fleas and wasps And crocodiles they need redress Negative connotations Levelled at people, hurt And similarly for animals That crawl down in the dirt Legless lidless … Continue reading

The Pink River Dolphin(the king of dark waters)

Where did We come from? That would be saying Ten million years ago Its a long time There are paleontologists Hoping to tell you And for once in our lives Some one’s written a rhyme. We may have originally Been … Continue reading

RIO

Christ the Redeemer Arms aloft Braves the city Clearly soft On pollution A desire To perish in the Inevitable fire And stretching away In front we see GUanabara Lagoon It be Given by GAIA To aid the world Thats before … Continue reading

Avebury thats in Wiltshire

Avebury rose in my estimation To hanker in my soul A metaphysical realization Of existence as a role With little mechanization But for the power of man Great obelisks stand silent Long centuries they span Enduring the eyes of many … Continue reading

Beltaine

Beltaine is upon us The arctic wind is too We have had all the spring bulbs out Rising with the dew We saw the many dandelions Advance and go to seed And now we see the bluebell gangs And hear … Continue reading

The Pacific Ocean 2

We used to think the ocean Was indestructible This massive expanse of water Could endure Any amount of pollution We could throw at it And still remain remarkably as pure As any body of water Could now anywhere With its … Continue reading

The Pacific Ocean

Its undeniably massive In places extremely deep From the Arctic Ocean To Antartica Its hydrosphere does leap To 46per cent of the earths surface So to say Its larger than the land combined On any given day The Mariana trench … Continue reading

To slaughter females that want to live

From our dirty sheds We have cometh Caked in shit and soul We have lived short lives of misery And face the sheer control Of the corporate of the energy The deplorable design The memory of grassy fields And being … Continue reading

Yu chi tang or sharks fin soup

YU chi tang,the vilest most Hidious taste of all Sharks fins mean the end To these great predators And send A death knell through the ocean As predation takes a hit So many sad imbalances Are happening and it Means … Continue reading

Northern white cheeked Gibbons

PU Mat National Park In Northern Vietnam Quite near the border with Laos And subject to alarm Critically endangered Some 455 living at high altitude And hoping to survive A biosphere reserve Away from humans One has to feel With … Continue reading

The Ant State

Effective and efficient Their potency is power A driving force of dominance A vigourousness for now Their energy atomic Athletic through and through They are a secret society And reign supreme they do Their overwhelming message Incontestable regard Aliens for … Continue reading

Blue bell wood Ashridge

A sweep of colour Met my eyes A sea of blue On waving stems AShridge smiled The bluest gleam Which forced her bells Into my dream Under the pale light Shade was pure A lovely blue Real azure It rocked … Continue reading

Sex enslavement

20 years old A Yazidi women Ethnically Kurdish Her community she Very religious To be a minority In Northern Iraq Where no one is free Living with fear With dread and with awe Tears one’s soul from one’s body Deep … Continue reading

Killing whales is adding to the planets more rapid demise

The great overtures we hear Within the ocean The great whale songs That lift the mariners hearts Into perpetuity externally forever The philosophy of existence that just starts To resonate in spirits undeniably For sum and substance It can reach … Continue reading

Forsythia

Forsythia’s blaze of yellow Is heralded at Spring Ostara draws emotions And to our eyes does bring Great anticipation A beautiful embrace The olive families treasure Brimstone at a pace Named after William Forsyth A Scottish Botanist A deciduous shrub … Continue reading

Bats

Chiroptera the winged hand Mammals that can fly Suffering from the human trait Of slagging them off But why Did Bram Stoker cause confusion With Dracula where he Planted a seed in many a mind And there in fact it … Continue reading

Soviet whaling 1946-1986

The majestic giants The baleen whales The hump back so to say That lived in the North Pacific And spent their time away Travelling for miles and miles On small fish and krill Really a gigantic beast That some humans … Continue reading