Author Archives: Rex Tyler

WIld animals deserve so much more from AUSTRALIA

To admit to being inhumane By abandoning victims who Have been injured at the roadside takes so much away from you It shows beyond all doubt in fact Just how cruel you be Kangaroo’s and others injured Will be left … Continue reading

Lamentis animus

Alive each life a miracle Creation made it so Each entity in actuality Part of our show Coming into being Tangible and true Showing us all the qualities Of wildness now on view We all come from one mother Absolute … Continue reading

The destruction of life

Speak to the average hunter Ask what they feel about death What life means to them And why they believe They have rights to deny Someone rbreath whoever they happen to Come upon What its like for a pure soul … Continue reading

Leaves (A study)

MAy’s leaves they dance and flurry Seemingly in a hurry To get to grips with buds and fruits and sunshine All the way The piercing greens and firery reds Great clumps of pea green attitude Driven in a soul backed … Continue reading

EMU

The Emu is a star out in the bush Under the sun With all its originality A Soft feathered flightless Racer and boy can this bird run A trendsetter in many ways Majestic through and through An eminence of character … Continue reading

Gangurrru

Respect is sadly lacking For the iconic Kangaroo Farmers send them packing Governments do that too Creation the most splendid Discovered long ago The need for a pack macropods Part of the great flow Of energy for Australia A survivor … Continue reading

Maria Diekmann and Honey Bun

This prototype Creature A pine cone on legs Walks like the dinosaur Almost it begs As it wanders through wild bush At quite a few knots The scaly mammal And we see lots Of them being slaughtered Apparently they Have … Continue reading

Anne the elephant

Beverly and Janie Were lovely friends of mine Both With moral fibre Noble and divine They were so trustworthy In every single way And ofcourse confined in me How they wanted to stay That Romanian keeper Nitu yes him he … Continue reading

Akashinga (the brave ones)

They look the part They act the part They are all heart and they Are the women they are the brave ones The Akashinga pay Attention to the animals That some would hunt and kill Uprightness and honesty And integrity … Continue reading

Lentils (wild fields Yes Please)

Vandina Shiva Has the right idea lentils of course One has to fear The so called “clearfield” GM crop That Canada grows And Ought to stop Its arrogance really Dressed suspiciously Talking up abundance ingloriously Providing some wealth For farmers … Continue reading