Monthly Archives: November 2018

Flame throwers

What has to be remembered here These cows ofcourse they be Females in the true sense of the word A catastrophe Of thinking comes into my mind The misogyny thats there Using flame throwers To burn away The bits of … Continue reading

His curse

Angels are susceptible To the vagaries of those Voracious drooling sons of Disrespect and how it shows Up in night time squalor Wicked as can be Transgressing every honour And integrity Duplicit in their thinking Artful by desire To take … Continue reading

Ashridge Estate and the National Trust

Its good to hear Ashridge Estates Has withdrawn the rights to course To hunt our beloved and magickal Hares And murder them at source The Hunting Act 2004 Made it abundantly clear Hare Coursing was illegal Its a blood sport … Continue reading

“Goodday” a message to my human friend

You became my lifelong friend My rock yes I can say From a little puppy dog I kind of found my way To me I was clearly wanted I found you which felt right And so began our friendship Where … Continue reading

Intensive farming

The balance sheet And budgets Is a lot to do with scale The flesh trade Stakes its margins And where it all can fail Is with numbers Huge great sheds of animals Savings all the while Time is of the … Continue reading


Reflections on a common theme Ones face resembles someones dream Not mine I fear for no sweet soul Has ever recognised my role In life beside them, none alas And so to face up to how crass Or perhaps how … Continue reading

Iceland’s banning order

A conscience And an integrity Insullied we can say A video made for Yule perhaps In a pure minded way With a deal of moral fibre Principled and true With a sense of responsibility Virtuous all through Iceland Foods A … Continue reading

Shearing and mulesing

Piece work means that payment Is on output And dealing with live animals We see Movement as the animals are being sheared And frustration then is evident They be Held down its uncomfortable Free spirits do not like shearers Holding … Continue reading

Autumnal ritual 27/11

27/11/2018 at Rollright Stones Oxfordshire Autumnal sprinklings Sparkling spangles Soulfully display A period of solemnity In their scintillating way The light gives course to pigment And a kaleidescopic hue Many leaves have fallen Their Transformation now onto The waiting earth … Continue reading


Born on a Saturday Back in the time When a gallon of petrol Shows how it can climb In price now for then It was 28p A gallon its hard to believe that And we Might go into a pub … Continue reading