Monthly Archives: February 2019

Glue trap hunting

The mentality of the French One has to realise how mean Creation gave us song birds To enrich each vital scene To encourage and to appreciate The loyalty they possess To caroll us with their raptures And ofcourse seek, no … Continue reading

Hyoscyamus Niger

On chalk or sand It sinks its roots The taste of salt It feels and needs Its stems will thicken And branch and grasp A pale green hair strewn Malodorous ask Culpeper talked of Saturn’s Folly From Now its flowers … Continue reading

The wayward donkey

Realness actuality A perpetual indestructable Road to nowhere Hard underfoot Where flesh and blood Is often put Endurance in the light of day Emotionally where ere I stray A fictitious land of destiny Where together we can never be instead … Continue reading

Rubus Fruticosus

Oft in the woods Your clutches trip Cut into shin The violent whip A searing tear A painful treat Your brambled heart Hardly discreet Blackberrying Such a pursuit Antiquity Did follow suit Its rambling thorns Did once exclaim And Tusser … Continue reading

The Hazel

In early Spring we see the flowers Still leafless Tufts and catkins they Female and male The leaves serrated And heavily veined clear green To grey And yellow Hanging on for dear life Through late Autumn they The stems are … Continue reading

Wild Roses

The delicate pink hues That clamber skywards Over thorny stems Fragrant are their blossoms An adornement to the Autumn gems That throw their colour And aromatic scent into the Warming air The sweet briar loves heart fire Eglantine be mine … Continue reading

Hawthorns under the poets eyes

Hedgerows up and down the country Flourish in a twinkling they Undoubtedly offer indigenous growth Every single day Country roads have an abundance Of wild plants many who Live around the Hawthorn and share the hedge lined stew They can … Continue reading

They bought a zoo

They bought a zoo Something to do Run down worn out they A family thought it A good idea Hoping it could pay An inspirational speaker A man held in regard Who lost his wife soon after Which was incredibly … Continue reading

The poacher class

Unhinged just true transgression An intrusion one might say To pass the point of no return On any given day Quester seeker tracker Filching thievery Purloin maraud and plunder To a larcenous degree Contrary to reason Irrational and wrong Incongruous … Continue reading

Woodland friends

Little souls of the woodland ways Entities that always raise A stir within the forests dark Small ofcourse but who leave their mark Confrontations ofcourse they be And originality Deers may clip the seedlings trying Rabbits squirrels voles and mice … Continue reading

The Ash Tree Celtic tree of now 18/2-17/3

The Ash grabs all the light It can Its pinnate leaves Provide a plan A dampish base A lime rich soil Whether Oak or Ash It seems to boil Down to Ash when the liming Grows Where Dogwood and Privet … Continue reading

Cultural genocide

Cultural genocide Corporate strengths Why is this happening They go to great lengths To be so unjust To tbose people who were In occupation So what does occur Nestle the giant Extracts water they In essence are stealing The lifes … Continue reading

Breakaway groups

Theres a certain ambivalence Surfacing here Voted to stand A manifesto so clear Remoaners all clearly Ready to say We are MP’s We know better Today If we voted leave We got the wrong end Of the stick so to … Continue reading

Hunted by cowards

Underived and archetypal Idiosyncratic they Imcomparable individuals In almost every way Elusive and nocturnal His footprints made to fool A heel bar it is always there The hairy pads that call Out to would be trackers The terrier men of … Continue reading

The enchanted ones

Wonderland clearly can be anywhere A mysterious place Where the wild ones may share Imaginary and bewildering Creatures abiding Exquisite and worthy And always confiding In copses and glens In tunnels in setts Where the earth weird and wonderful Surely … Continue reading

Life modification

The ocean was tangible palpable Largely, able to Offer the great souls real worth A kindred affection A tribal connection A vast an analagous spirit To earth Creative uniqueness Of primordial nature An instinctive program Stable and square A vital … Continue reading

My bedroom tonight

My bedroom tonight Art work thats right An air source heat pump Installed at the end Of July 2015 and still To this day A mangle A tangle And heaps of dismay Floor boards torn out Ruptured, nails everywhere Splinters … Continue reading

Innocence a fast disappearing phenomena

Righteousness and honour Morality abroad The virtue that is infancy And the due reward Of babies born Created by the almighty Who knows all But the parent killed For the table and the unborn Clearly spilled Out upon the slaughterhouse … Continue reading

Starting gates and more cruelty

Has anybody stopped to think How human beings try To subjugate the animals And then try to apply Reasons not to ever Query what they do Whether its racing hunting Dressage it still for me is true Take horse racing … Continue reading

The inglorious slaughter

I am driven to say How the red grouse do pay A party of toffs The arrogant scoffs At those of us who Find it cruel what you do Its known as a sport One with little thought A pastime … Continue reading

Shipment of Pigs in Winter

Pig peoducers generally Are as insensitive as hell Their brains are in stagnation As long as they can sell Unconcerned and callous They send us off to die In trucks and there we freeze Poor souls And few around ask … Continue reading

Poultry and the message of life (hereafter)

The chicken gets a bad deal Almost everywhere All sorts of ways Of keeping its flesh cheap So much despair I have being a vegan For the people that I know Who fail to see What they eat And how … Continue reading

“Fried fishing”

The uncultured state Of being Their undoing in a away to consider killing a baby shark And then making it pay Levelling destruction Being ruinous and wrong By creating a fitration Commonly a “bong” A hookah A popper bottle a … Continue reading

A tribute to my friends

Sum and substance All enduring The two had made their way Steve and Andy guru’s Of the munro’s I can say Climbers of distinction Ben Hope most northerly In the great Flow country Of Sutherland they be Able to assess … Continue reading

They walk in our midst

Theres and unsightly hideousness Sharing our spaces Their countenance countrified Forbidding faces Land owners farmers Bumpkins maybe The rustic the caustic Bloodlusting they be Throwbacks to an age Medieval before People took heed of the ways Of the law Respect … Continue reading

Animals cruelty sanctioned by carnivores

Auction houses slaughterhouses Farms and puppy mills vivisection laboratories Where animals blood just spills Out of them most every day Cruelty there reigns Operators most frustrated All with shit for brains The meat eating public All turn their blind eye … Continue reading

Leslie Hore-Belisha

In 1934 on certain crossings On the road Amber coloured globe lights Atop a black and white pole The road surface was studded And later painted black and white And so the Zebra crossing it was of born And Took … Continue reading

Wolund the smith-god

Out here in Oxfordshire The skies are big Near Uffington Castle Near Ashbury A neolithic long barrow Of sarsen stones Interestingly Close to The Ridgeway In wooded green Where paths and copses Set the scene A son of the great … Continue reading

A clown was born

6 foot 8 “Puddle” A pity clown In white A stature Bring it on This man Always gets it right A voice that Cracks the ceiling He is his majesty He reaches hearts Before unreached And always sings in key … Continue reading

Imbolc

Snowflakes wet and beautiful Flower like,fall away The festival of Imbolc It be Brigids day Patron of the flocks of sheep And little lambs that play Lactating ewes spread the good news On this 2nd day She be venerated in … Continue reading