Monthly Archives: October 2020

A monkey was made by God

There is denial in the human race A race we can never win Science listening to the current Mob And There is a lot of sin Emanating from them illogical as Hell Many not in the real world But Under … Continue reading

Good Energy

A stalwart campaigner A GREEN pioneer Thats Juliet Davenport Yes and the year 1999 A long time ago When she took on the fossil Fuel giants, you know Not exactly an enviable position to be But she was a champion … Continue reading

Kidnapped

Indonesia my home Among the mangroves On the coast Twas there they came Those bastards That really I hate most I ended up as an exhibit Taunted every day Made to feel embarrassed In an extraordinary way Borneo my homeland … Continue reading

Sinking ship of fools

Sinking its an apparition Wishful thinking Perhaps for some An illusion where confusion A mirage underneath the sun Fools who see the duplicity Of others who believe That arrogance is their game of chance In which only they achieve Such … Continue reading

Callum

Callum, Pencil behind his ear A carpenter who cares His work bench Underneath the Cherry Their combined aura swears An exactitude of feeling An energy, a force Planed white wood From A previous life No one has misunderstood The concept … Continue reading

Caprinopsis picacea

Amazingly discovered Back In 1785 By Jean Baptiste Francois This egg to bell shaped soul Doth thrive It Loves its alkalinity Emerging from the leaves that litter in October Where sometimes it achieves A small group But as a solitary … Continue reading

Often taken for granted

Mid way through October And often what we take For granted are the leaves Thats rustle and that shake The veracity of Nature A compendium so clear Colours changing everywhere From bloodlessness to cheer Flush and blush and glow and … Continue reading

Dolphin on the “edge”

Wildness is to godliness And to actuality The Present realisation Of what it means to me The ocean and its inhabitants Each fundamental dream Genuine and grounded Enduring it would seem Having substance and emotion Phenomenal and true And Each … Continue reading

Meat = dead flesh and profits not prophets

Factory farms have spread across This country pretty fast Huge scale indoor facilities That state of affairs is cast Far and wide with hundreds Of animals inside Really a robotic rise Which farmers have denied Cows in fields munching on … Continue reading

Anger issues

A so called shooter Has some anger issues So much so the coppers Say to those walkers On the bridal paths To watch out for this person So much so his belligerence Which grows More and more aggresively And seemingly … Continue reading

Trophy hunting instructor

Exposing trophy hunting Someone has to try They are not human beings Nor monsters they rely On social media stories As glories come and go Trapping the wild animals Its not dominance you know Parents letting children learn From these … Continue reading

Bear

Demure, my arse Made up to look Attractive sadly Brought to book This savage, heartless Wicked troll Was out a hunting Without soul A bear killer An “awesome hunt” Her morals loose A sinful punt Ambush bait Thats what we … Continue reading

Laws and toffs

Laws were never passed for TOffs Not the hunting types The rooted suited booted clan Who always get the gripes When groups of SABS Are present who know they break the law Those toffs all high on fino Oh yea … Continue reading

Montana and its menfolk

Lack of respect for the wild ones Irreverence for sure Leaving contraptions around the place Surprise tactics for sure Torturing suffering bleeding Disdainful in so many ways What they do in Montana Honestly it plays Into their lack of principle … Continue reading

RSPB

Its arrogance personified The new gods so to say They decide who lives and dies The RSPB way They should be under scrutiny When They decide who dies They have taken over Nature Their ignorance defies All logic, and all … Continue reading

Dead flesh

The meat trade earn their PROFIT From killing and murdering they Do not stop to contemplate Lives along the way A life an honest miracle Snubbed out when they choose Doesn’t matter about The family There is no time to … Continue reading

EMMA and her little one

A warm heart And a mindful soul Really a delicious role In wild life lives And Emma she Lives and plays So earnestly In North Yorkshire Her garden where Magic reigns And heartFelt care Flowers and A welcoming For the … Continue reading

My Hazel Staff

Poetry and intuition Thats my Hazel staff An affinity with water From ancient woodland Half as olde As One Methusela Mercury its deity Its gender being masculine Ruled by the sun Where heat is free Good for wands And divining … Continue reading

Once I was a piglet

Once I was a piglet A soft innocent wee soul Farmed out to the CAFO Unknowing of my role Just one of the many Among the wicked breed Designed we heard for bacon For spare ribs YES indeed A baby … Continue reading

Carl

In this world where energy Where life and sustainability A wizard out there Whose expertise is such A top gun in the heating world And on ventilation systems With pure designs in heating And on cooling so in touch Air … Continue reading

John Chang

The year was 1950 A busy Newcombe Road A really handsome curio shop The Chang family abode Still Part of the British Empire Imagine that can you King George V1 the King of Kings Actually its true From 1946 to … Continue reading

Inanimate objects

Lyall Watson’s Inanimate objects For me they hold memories, they Remind me of why they were given And why I won’t give them away

Hares and coursing

malignancy and malice Amongst the coursing who spitefully use the flat lands To do what they must do Exercise their greyhounds or their Sitehounds in the way Of chasing hares at special fairs Passing the time of day Hunting killng … Continue reading

Felipe v

It seems to me Felive the fifth All those years ago Had more sense than the present lot About the great Bull Show Killing torturing Bulls The aristocratic way Of belittling the class of men Who look the other way … Continue reading

Where did humanity go

Impoverishment Its out there It ravages through time Contamination Adulteration Its now all on the line Humanity has sunken To depths perverted by Maladministration And really every lie Imaginable The unskillfulness The totally unendowed Belligerence and aggression Its all been … Continue reading

University owls and their misfortune

Sheesh Mysore has it him To experiment and he Has one of those enquiring analytical minds And tragically Within John Hopkins Uni Sone sixty owls appear As guinea pigs for torture And its very clear On very sensitive Godly created … Continue reading

Nordstrom across all its lines

Compunction and compassion Are an order of the day Benevolence and gentleness Creates a bright new ray Of optimism true charity Of feeling from the heart And for fashion stores to adopt This strategy is a good start Down the … Continue reading

A tiny posy for you

Pluck wild thyme And place it gently On closed eyelids And for sure On faerie hill You will slumber And see Both little jack And jill Carry an acorn On your person In your posy Every day And only Good … Continue reading

EU STANDARDS OF Pig HUSBANDRY

To the miserly mean To those so obscene Pigs are a miracle In every way Cleaner than white Brighter than bright But in our concentration camps Scrimping and pinching Moths in Their wallets Ungenerous grasping Snorting and screaming And choking … Continue reading

Patrzalek his guitar

Emotional intelligence Vivaciousness Ebullience The First four notes The fifth the truest symphony Played here Marcini plays guitar His polish roots And from afar The music has an effervescence A female quality Beethoven in his Fifty seven years Of life … Continue reading