Category Archives: Activism in art

Absence of thought

The largest land animal living Perceptive cognizant and brave A pachyderm with a great stream Of consciousness In Kerala whose left to save With an absence of thought For their welfare Its a cultural thing maybe so But because they … Continue reading

Amarula and the elephants

Oblivion feels possible For the elephants of old Destruction of their habitat And their babies being sold The amarula fruit tree mob Decided they must try And raise elephant awareness For so many now do die Ivory poachers critically Are … Continue reading

To coin a phrase

Emperor Constantine appears On the coins that were found Some guy with a detector Putting it around Found the hoard of Roman coins In East Devon he Realised it was treasure trove And slept by it to be Protecting it … Continue reading

Paul Watson almost said it all

The vegan sits in his hospital bed A beacon of the light He refuses to eat chicken On lamb he will not bite He will not let the mother cow GeT raped or milked or shot He eats the abundant … Continue reading

From the tarn sprung so many bright petals

India took a hammering Its caste system evolved Across so many lines of prejudice Nothing really solved Sentiment and feeling Intimacy beyond The enchantment and bewitching factor What is the eternal bond The intrigue and perhaps seduction Of the spirit … Continue reading

The feral spirit

The feral spirit Remains untainted by the arrogance Of man The wilderness creates an understanding So profound and GAIA sets the plan To find a sickly wild soul And to give care to its plight Like a fox mauled by … Continue reading

Iris

Substantial and meaningful Croatia’s blooming soul Who rises proudly singing loudly In its external role Van Gogh tasted its splendour Its resillience and its style Sweeping through the heavens Out there by a mile a rainbow goddess cometh Flagged up … Continue reading

Extinction

The miracle of creation Is beyond anything that man Has ever and can ever do Despite his wildest plan The more we learn about creatures The more we realise How exceptionally adaptable They are and its no surprise Really how … Continue reading

Wild foxes and their place in creation

Back in the 16th Century When royalty like to chop Heads off queens they also Hunted foxes but they did stop Chopping heads off people When they gained far more sense When they became more cultured And not so bloody … Continue reading

JAWS

In 2006 Peter Benchley died Regretting his book had caused such a devide The great White Shark he had written about Was A fictional character without a doubt But alas for the sharks the film and the book Got hold … Continue reading