Monthly Archives: November 2019

Yule

The henge old and ancient Has seen lots of souls Felt the weight of the many Exchanging their goals Admired even more Robed in many a hue Creating their circles It’s what druids do In the footsteps of ancestors Many … Continue reading

Dave and Shaun

Two better blokes There cannot be Their dispositions great Rang Before they came On the given date Enthusiastic workers Cheerful all the way And Very very helpful And caring I will say Helpful and obliging Supportive in every way Explained … Continue reading

“Jeepers”

Put upon Made to work Neglected often every day These donkeys really enjoy life And work hard for a Bag of hay Considering the work they do Its very hard to understand Why owners should neglect them Often tied up … Continue reading

Rex the druid

NAture is my mother The romantic past I do Reflect upon respecting Ancestors through and through The experience of earthly forms Protecting the sweet dew The megalithic moments So worthy of my view A pagan at my bosom The sun … Continue reading

Golden Eagle

Seventy miles from Cedar City I was told there was An Eagle by the roadside That was just because A trucker seemed had seen it And as I was asked to go And, rescue the critter As someone who should … Continue reading

“Baloo”

A very old dog Was lying alone Tucked around a bush His spirit had flown Curled and suffering Flies everywhere A great open wound on his stomach To share With the wriggling maggots Busily feeding His ear half torn off … Continue reading

Cattle feed for profit

It’s truly false economy It’s begrudging animals feed Ruminants should chew the cud It is hard to succeed On DDD and soya beans And GM shit all day We really want the best But feed the worst And the cattle … Continue reading

Chesham Podiatry

A poem which can be sung quietly to the song you are wonderful Bunions and Veruka’s They can pain you Corns between your toes are never great Hard skin on the heels from summer sandals Nails that snag your socks … Continue reading

The Laboratory&Pharmacology&Toxicology MIENBUTTEL

It’s good to report that a place That has been Violent and cruel And wholly obscene Is closing down Animals rights have said so A prison of horror It soon it will go Within the EU In Germany they Took … Continue reading

“Autumn”

For hundreds of years For far greater numbers Of male calves born Sadly have been Abused and just thrown on the dust heap of life That practice I feel is Obscene It revolves around milk and the dairy And farmers … Continue reading

Do they really have a choice?

It’s November in the forest And all we hear around Are great big roars and bellows Coming from the hollows All that aggressive sound Means one thing All the big Bucks are searching for a mate It can really put … Continue reading

“Whisper”

A pool of blood That’s ominous Oozing from her nose A phantom shriek And whimpering In agony I suppose Giving up each as each moment passes This is what you do When faced with the inevitable And no one has … Continue reading

“Potchie”

A leash around his straggly neck And on the pavement he Waiting for old death to come His sickle swinging free Obviously abandoned A puppy in distress Suffering the vagaries Of climate, so much stress Piled upon young shoulders Some … Continue reading

“Sona” and the street angels Animal aid unlimited

Neglected and there on her own Lying motionless On a pavement Yes in Rajasthan The street angels they found “Sona” Apparently peaceful Alone there on the ground Clearly a brain injury No fractures none at all But still she was … Continue reading

“Flopsy”

In this great big world of ours Neglect apparently Is really very widespread And animals do see And feel a lot of terror Like working donkeys they Get paired up with real bastards Every single day Who disregard their food … Continue reading

19th of November

A Quito born Princess With a pedigree that’s true Quechua origination Andean through and through No kinder heart has there ever been Or can really ever be What is this amazing women Doing anywhere near me The avenue of the … Continue reading

Inspired by David Oxtaby’s masterpiece “The Shambles”

A glorious glow It’s aura on show An ancient mellowness A bygone throw An heirloom that sports Such venerable thoughts Anachronistic Minds eyes just feel A candour a splendour As spirits reveal A manifestation Unfolding before A real revelation No … Continue reading

Pachyderms up against it

Despite our glorious stature Our powerful constancy Some men believe they have the upper hand But memory We have, and hold forever That is what we do And being beaten and injured By all the so called crew The mahouts … Continue reading

A calf plea’s for his life and for all calves

Wherever we are born alas Life’s terrible for we Are actually unwanted The world does so agree You humans think You are ungulates Cud chewers So you think You can sup on udders Our milk you want to drink The … Continue reading

Song bird killers

The committee against bird slaughter Is a group that’s out there, they Do everything they can to stop The evident dismay Of poachers hunters and others Who trap, who poach, and who kill Tiny little song birds And say they … Continue reading

Trophy hunting scoundrels

Hunting for trophies The biggest of lies These disgraceful humans Will never be wise They are pickled on wrongness guilty and shame Reprehensible scandalous Known by that name It’s all about ambush Cheating unfair Iniquitous imbeciles Who easily scare Inside … Continue reading

ROMANIA horse market cruelty

I have heard that market traders In Romania create A cruel and ugly spectacle Such spiteful ness does rate Badly in the scheme of things For horses up for sale Are abused by making them Haul great logs and boulders … Continue reading

Natural England’s and its undoubted arrogance

A show of force Where wildness Exists I have to say Resulting to Draconian Laws Can never be the way Natural England’s policy An intolerance to ducks Persecuting Mallards Honestly it sucks It lacks all understanding Of creation and I’d … Continue reading

Rollrights

On a hill Looking over a patchwork of fields Down into Chipping A sky scape that builds Onto tales of the past Sweeping all who dare look and take on the myths From my little white book The sum and … Continue reading

“Georgie”

A street dog Called “Georgie” Crying A sad song He, hit by a car His back legs were busted really not moving Poor little soul couldn’t get very far We were called The street angels And there he was sitting … Continue reading

4 little puppies (the tar babies)

JEENA PEANUT PRIYA and JESSI A really sorry state of affairs 4 puppies on a heap Concealed in tar Stuck fast they are Clearly they did reap A whirlwind of emotions A fetid sticky ooze That spread around And captured … Continue reading

Threatened damage to a Neolithic site

Traffic flow through Chipping Norton HGV’s and air quality It’s been suggested a neolithic site Nearby substantially Should see the road Running north north west widened which ‘tis said Is a Way of improving Air quality And apparently has led … Continue reading

Thoughts waylaid by the great highwayman

Distractions lead to actions Purposefully applied Behold the kalergi principles That surely are denied By The EU it’s domineering Bureaucratic stance Deleting sovereign nations With nothing left to chance Behold the controlling treaties stitch ups all the way Vast WiFi … Continue reading

In what is this web Of digital distancing Artificial intelligence Five g We are caught up in a Perilous existence When some of us Are rural and we see The world and all of Nature The gloriousness we share Inherent … Continue reading

PESCO

If we should stay We are going to pay We are going to suffer Night and day Military Mobility The Schengen area Aids the free Movement of units and assets They all The European Area Will be on call A … Continue reading