Author Archives: Rex Tyler

Our legacy -we were the fracking generation

An invasion Is now happening The fracking clan are here Gas and oil are after Our blood and it is clear When the coppers and the government Actually get their way Life as we know in England We all will … Continue reading

New Energy ( thoughts on a dying year)

With Christmas around the corner And a new year coming fast The corporate enforcement role Of the police That die is cast We witness that involvement As the corporate giants come Into our communities And imagine we are dumb Or … Continue reading

A shale tale

Greg Clark the man from Tunbridge Wells I bet none of them frack And will he soon be signing off If he does expect some flack Not forgetting Andy Samuel Who knows a thing or two About the devastation of … Continue reading

Bristle comb pine

As old as the hills Does that give you the chills For 5000 years I have stood On these mountains a looking Down on your humanity Which truthfully wasn’t good Below me the desert snd now streets of neon Crime … Continue reading

Ularu

Ularu’s arkosic sandstone A great palette of soul Where the ancient people Knew of their role To love and respect To have empathy for The environment The animals spirits galore They painted their pigments up onto the rock They drank … Continue reading

Royals

Harry Prince a darkness A darkness in my eyes Hunting boar for me I am sure To kill yet not realise What an immense responsibility To take a created life To trip out with assassins And knowingly cause strife To … Continue reading

Winter in Berkhamsted at 3.21pm

There is light in the sky this afternoon Streams of grey and cream The sun is breaking through the cloud Assembling its gleam A stillness, branches sleeping Rooves still decked in snow The Rosemary recovering From the onslaught a while … Continue reading

The South East and 2018

Negative equity could be the new kid on the block Ian put his finger on it maybe its the shock That hits the time starved southerners When unconventional oil Comes knocking with its drills and rigs Upon this mortal coil … Continue reading

Two faced about the natural world

Listening to the Faroes hunter On his boat whilst hunting he Comes out with such hogwash For me its just hypocrisy Each bird he throttles how he loves them And the natural world where he Spends his time a hunting … Continue reading

Infested slime

They are crimes against humanity Bleeding our water dry Rivers lakes and aquifers The question I ask why? People in water scarce areas Scratching in the dust Drinking polluted water Dont you feel disgust? So a land baron in Texas … Continue reading