Monthly Archives: August 2019

The RED GROUSE

The moorlands are spectacular Managed maybe so But created by the almighty hand Of the gods of long ago “Lagopus lagopus Scotia” The red grouse that is I An autumnal plumage of red and brown A black tail and white … Continue reading

Clutching at straws

We sit together Whilst all around The crackling heat The dry parched ground Such bad theatre No dialogue The final curtain Perhaps the dog And the primates cower The Indigenous too The tragedy Is coming true Impersonating The acrobat The … Continue reading

A moment of solace

No voice Sadly it’s flown away We hear the traffic Her eyes though say How sad she is How awfully sad Meat is murder Nothing to add A tell tale sign Of anxiety coming A trumped up charge The bees … Continue reading

ONAQUI WILD horses

In spectacular environments Snowy peaks and blue Skies and really great terrain Everywhere is true To Nature to our Mother And to her wondrous power Creating and designing Wildness by the hour The valleys and the canyons. the ridges the … Continue reading

MOZARELLA CHEESE PRODUCTION

MOZARELLA/BOCCONCINI/HALLOUMI/RICOTTA A dairy farm in Queensland Has been found whilst taking milk To be abusing BUFFALO’s The men there of an ilk Of being clearly thoughtless And wicked we can say Tying females onto polesAnd And Beating them all day … Continue reading

The wolf and his journey

Amber eyes Of the wondrous wise And realise Their worth Attested and well grounded A Prince on Mother Earth An Apex predator Able to endure Palpable and weighty With a heart thats good and pure Often sadly slaughtered By the … Continue reading

Meadow Mobility

It’s just outside the village Of Potten End in Hertfordshire Woodcroft Farm UNIT 14 For anyone who feels The need for better mobility Wheelchairs scooters stair lifts A wealth of information And so helpful to me I met Tom who … Continue reading

Dumping grounds

For eight years at least It’s been happening Quietly I believe The FAROE Island butchers Hoping to deceive Anybody really Who they don’t want to know How carcasses from the pilot whales They murder Grow and grow underneath the Sea … Continue reading

Doll and Swing two wild friends

Doll and Swing 2 Chimpanzee’s And 6 whole years of pain Experimentation the evils Just for human gain And contractual leverage In the market place No reason here No reason to enslave them both And fill their lives with fear … Continue reading

JULIA a ship bound for TURKEY from BRAZIL

Duty of care There isn’t none there Cattle shipped from BRAZIL Face such despair No food and water That’s what we do The MEAT TRADE has no bloody care About you If you are a cow You can whistle all … Continue reading

Bill and coo somehow doubt it

Morocco’s thought processes Seem apparently To be switched on just by Killing The Turtle Doves they see Frequenting the country Around June through July And entertaining hunting groups To shoot them from the sky Could this be intellectual A package … Continue reading

Baby breakups poor little elephants

Such ignorance such selfishness Zimbabwe what to do You were gifted pachyderms To live their whole life through A so so social being Intellectual suicide Where is your lateral thinking Telepathy aside A baby needs it’s mother Deep thought and … Continue reading

Wallaby poor little soul

Where did it come from nobody knows In the warmth of the August Bank Holiday shows how much wild animals can make it through A pet thats escaped as plenty now do Near Windsor Castle on a green park Bouncing … Continue reading

Cattle farmers and their ignorance

Mother Nature has her bag of secrets And in it mutualists are often found The problem is that human beings Are ridiculously ignorant They only think of themselves Which just may sound Arrogant of me to even suggest this But … Continue reading

Bram Stoker and the Durian

It’s curious How fiction can change people’s perception The bat the durian fruit What’s all that about Bats have got a unrepresentative Focus it appears to me The Irish Author’s Gothic novel Dracula was key Vampire bats would congregate And … Continue reading

AESHNA JUNCEA

A summers day a tranquil pond A place to meditate and be Drifting through the waving reeds And rushes to eternity Catching flies and dreaming Of peacefulness and calm Of wanting just to take in Nature And not face any … Continue reading

ROOPKUND LAKE

In the Uttarakhand state of India Thirty feet wide and six feet deep A high altitude glacial lake exists At the bottom of mountains steep In 1942 a British Forest Guard Stumbled on the lake and took a look The … Continue reading

The PENDLE witches

The more I think and the more I read The gullibility of the people The superstition and the true naivete The witches some were very old Living in the forest, they Clearly had their unique selling points But had to … Continue reading

The Arctic Henge

Its happening at this moment In Iceland far away A huge sun dial to Stone Henge Already a display Of basalt columns growing Near Husavik we hear At RAUFARHOFN in the far North Clearly held most dear The arctic circle … Continue reading

Pompei revisted

Archeology calls for application Unflagging efforts needed every day Working on the sites the teams Show patience Slowly brushing dust and crud Away Pompei site of the very big eruption Back in 79AD When Vesuvius erupted and in minutes The … Continue reading

Sean Morgan

Working under the Beech With its coppery glow Taking out bricks From a long time ago They had crumbled and moved With the passing of time The roots and the shoots Where the ivy did climb Had tested the mortar … Continue reading

Tambling and Tommy Winata

Sumatra is a proper wildlife experience creativity and passion there 45,000 hectares of wild tropical forest 14500 hectares of coastal plain A famous guy called Tomy Winata In Lampung province it appears that he Bought up Tambling area to set … Continue reading

Gestation prison

Gestation crates Are just about pig sized And were invented By a psycho case for certain A selfish and demented Farmer who was after Cramming more sows in his barn The poor souls couldn’t turn around It’s sounds like some … Continue reading

Lithuania to Israel live exports

Healthy cows The journey beckons Lithuania farewell We are going off to Israel Is it Paradise or Hell? A box known yes as a container A lot of us Free standing there Every movement every roll Increases our despair Fighting … Continue reading

A wicked soul

a headless joey A baby roo Someone infant Good and new And this bitch Calls herself, and feels She decapitates A babe And reveals Just how wicked and Full of woe Depraved and infamous Now we know She is worse … Continue reading

WellowTumulus

England proud and ancient MY country which still is Riding high though rocky It’s lost some of its fizz The EU unelected have Lessened it’s fortunes But referenda taken It’s all there in the runes Our history is a long … Continue reading

Bolsonaro the new saviour

Voted in to fight the crime Seen as the strong man And his climb, through the army Days until now Really shows the people how Strong ideas a powerful stance This guy, is no song and dance The environment and … Continue reading

Rudston Monolith

The devil supposed to have Just left it there A 40 ton gritstone From Clayton aware Somehow it got to Rudston and we think Glacial erratic Yes Possibly A Norman church erected after The standing stone Biggest around No where … Continue reading

Elephant day at the Zoo

Zoo’s are not the answer They are prison for the crime Of wanting to have freedom And there really is no rhyme Or reason to imprison them To educate our young Trying to make a profit And remain unsung Wild … Continue reading

We must never forget them

12 months ago the ship left Freemantle Thousands of sheep loaded they Were stressed out of their minds Having come from all over the place You can just see the signs From farm to the port Ventilation not good No … Continue reading