Author Archives: Rex Tyler

The Ibex and it’s mineral intake

Without nutritionists or doctors Wild animals they know How to get a balanced meal From what in fact does grow How to supplement their diets And keep them healthy they Scale the mountains and the the dams To help them … Continue reading

Serengeti

Vast areas of Planet Earth The Serengeti draws it’s worth Serious Skyscape overhead An immensity so someone said Wide-ranging far flung Boundless blue Straddling heaven there’s a clue Existence resides just everywhere Ubiquitous and so aware Migrants and denizens rock … Continue reading

The kiss shared

Dismissive and disrespectful Of an acknowledged king The mighty Lion the jungle lord Who to his world doth bring A most majestic influence Commanding great respect With true survivability That hunters now deflect A couple on a mission Lovers can … Continue reading

Orca’s and taking their wildness Away. The

A total lack of planning Undesirable and impolitic untoward and useless So much so it makes me sick The disruption and the hurtfulness The unkindness and the cruelty Hunted for the naive eyes Of bitterness and lethargy A wretched and … Continue reading

Pangolins

These Beautiful secretive animals Whose diet of ants and termites Primarily they are nocturnal Poached from the forests on nights Where degenerates seemingly mindless Moronic and wanting alas Engrossed in a TCM nightmare A malevolent slattern morass Pangolins are on … Continue reading

Chinese Medicine and wild animals

Evertything was written down Transcribed from long ago Instilled and inculcated By people in the know The want for the wild essences The connectedness of need By implication perspective For remedies to succeed Whats pertinent and applicable Absolute and true … Continue reading

ZIGGY the elephant ASIA/chicago

BORN 1917 died 27/10/1975 Born in Asia named after Flo Ziegfeld The great American impresario Who bought him from John Ringling In 1920 and Wanted him as a birthday gift For his daughter understand A six year old And and … Continue reading

”myxi”

Apparently an outbreak of A rather bad disease Has come to life in Shipden Near Halifax and to ease The actual situation People have to know That suffering from This weird disease Can be one awful blow Wild rabbits they … Continue reading

Waiting

Made to feel inferior Every single day We really feel the chaos And all of the dismay Transported to this show ground The stench of human kind We are given a number It was a human mind Who forced such … Continue reading

Naked

Such irreverence And dishonour Disrespectfulness To mock A beautiful wild animal And you are just a crock Of shit to stand there Naked your ugliness we see Insulting every wondrous soul That was ever born to be Wild and sharing … Continue reading