Category Archives: Abandonment

A horror from the dairy

Little known You can understand Just why that may be Unborn calves Their pregnant mums Slaughtered Which for me Is wicked Absolutely Its immorality Ungodly and irreligious But it happens As we see The leather trade Can profit From the … Continue reading

Sea gulls

The sociableness and gregariousness Of the seagulls Their gatherings In numbers a real treat Foraging the world For any morsal Their plaintive garrulous voices Always greet The visitors All wheeling overhead And Coming down to share A family picnic Working … Continue reading

Invasive

New Zealand is at war With invasive species Especially those who frequent The wilder climes Use is made of 1080 Or sodium fluoroacetate A metabolic poison And a sign of the times Its delivered by drops From a single aircraft … Continue reading

A certain weirdness

It curdles milk When making cheese A spell gone wrong Which could displease The sanely soul Whose fourth stomach Lining Supplements One’s finer dining The matriarchal destiny Kidnapping counts It seems to me An ungodliness A slippery slope For all … Continue reading

A love affair

Of all the towns In all the world One wonders why taiji Why japan How it began Both places on the sea The third of march In 42 The japanese came by Bombed the port of Broome And 88 did … Continue reading

Live exports banned all over India

Animal RIGHTS Have come of age In india today Providing all the evidence That live exports Are no way Of ever treating animals Sending them to their death And torturing them on voyages even denying them breath Its discriminative behaviour … Continue reading

“Torturing a conscience” so says Hugo

Transgressing into sinfulness Could only ever be Worth anything to those who have Mastered their infamy A matador who felled a bull So contorted with the pain Would have less chance of a conscience And therefore our disdain And Hugo’s … Continue reading

Incorruptibility

The principle of evil The amorality When aimed at the immaculate The creatures that were Free The males seemed rather frightened To cry To let the world Know their unworldly spirit That the iniquitous had hurled A dolphin cried Its … Continue reading

Screams

Nets of nylon Hooks of steel Exploding harpoons All for real Dredged and trawled Caught on long lines Can none of you now see the signs? Beaching Its teaching Its beseeching The screeching The bleaching of corals The death the … Continue reading

Chendra

The footprint for palm oil Is as deep as can be Many tears have been shed So much sadness I see Heart wrenching stories Pitiful tales Lives left in tatters How this all pales Into significance It is the start … Continue reading