Category Archives: Activism in art

Provocateurs

America is burning up Racially the fires Are being stoked by the cabal The slashing of the tyres The burning of the police cars And looting everywhere They want to cancel out your rights That’s why Trump seems unfair They … Continue reading

To the AR Community

To the AR community everywhere The warriors on the front line Those locked down at their computers Yet more petitions to sign All of us fight hard to save them The animals in captivity For all of their life And … Continue reading

Wasters and the degenerate

We all have internal environments We all have venous blood We all have minds to think with Caught up in the flood Of life and death and lockdown The official title for House arrest I too detest Our freedom and … Continue reading

“Sassy”

A very sick sad individual Says that accidently, he poured Boiling water over his own dog one “Sassy” The agony apparently it caused The dog to cry to whimper after being scalded But he did not know why He alleged … Continue reading

Man is our worst enemy in the kitchen

To think that anyone on earth would blame The BATS For the corona virus Even dogs and cats Wild animals the pangolins Frogs and toads It seems We implicate some animals When there are reams and reams Of recipes about … Continue reading

“Buhica”

A busy street A bench And legs and me just Lying there Nobody taking notice Nobody aware Feeling flawed and broken Not in a perfect place Curled up Feeling sorry for myself Just out of place With reality at that … Continue reading

A rather unusual cupboard

Space constraint And an awkward placement With ample capacity A cupboard made to measure With ingenuity An artisanal construct A carpenter who can Understand the concepts And evaluate the plan Be resourceful of the time The space the need And … Continue reading

Mary Borgstrom

A potter and an Artist A need to excavate A mindful glimpse through history A medieval gait To primitive beginnings The Bygone forgotten days Retroactive thinking And all the many ways She was part of Nature Respecting each event An … Continue reading

Snowdrop

It blossoms in wild February When doubtless snow and rain And even hail may come to fall All part of a chain Of events each dainty drop of snow White blossom on a winters day If upright it would catch … Continue reading

Rhonda

5000 followers can’t be wrong A kindly soul Who does belong To an ever growing caring way Of enlightening Us all each day Picture positivity Smiles and gentle piety scenes of originality Eyes and faces all can share Praises phases … Continue reading

Ghost hunters welcome to a new friend

Paranormal sightings haunted houses, they Creepy night time horrors That happen so they say In places back in history With scenes of terror there Murders bloodshed butchery And myriad despair The unhinged brutal maniacs And the Body snatchers who Opened … Continue reading

Behind our backs

Behind our backs In full sight What we are going to see Is a complete transformation Smart cities There will be Control oh yes big brother And sister and the gang Monitor and spy on us Let civilisation hang Fire … Continue reading

Heartfelt actuality

Does it take a child To teach us Whose prepared to live without The need to consume that which brings him joy The animals around him Who quietly go about Living as they were born to Something we should not … Continue reading

Shooting rainbows in the sky

A colourful tincture A rainbow of dreams A breath for the sky And then more than it seems Rich pigmentation A patina floats Up in the air to the sky And sweet notes From the ocean below All the thoughts … Continue reading

Sami

Unfathomable to Western eyes A boundlessness beyond The landscape where forever The sky and land our bond The silence of embracing snow Tumultuous regard A life immense and colourful Though increasingly hard The reindeer is a godly beast A frequenter … Continue reading

Blick Mead

A world of perfect synergy When time advents to soul When wildness stood majestic And where Each life form took it’s role Predator and prey create A balance to pursuit Trees were they an origin A megalithic root All sharing … Continue reading

The poor cows

It’s the lack of respect And the improbity The shabby abjectness Which to me appears key Cows serve the farmer In so many ways And are tortured and stressed out Most of the days Suffering villainy Faithless are they The … Continue reading

Bram Stoker and the Durian

It’s curious How fiction can change people’s perception The bat the durian fruit What’s all that about Bats have got a unrepresentative Focus it appears to me The Irish Author’s Gothic novel Dracula was key Vampire bats would congregate And … Continue reading

The Arctic Henge

Its happening at this moment In Iceland far away A huge sun dial to Stone Henge Already a display Of basalt columns growing Near Husavik we hear At RAUFARHOFN in the far North Clearly held most dear The arctic circle … Continue reading

Pompei revisted

Archeology calls for application Unflagging efforts needed every day Working on the sites the teams Show patience Slowly brushing dust and crud Away Pompei site of the very big eruption Back in 79AD When Vesuvius erupted and in minutes The … Continue reading

Fiction

Reality creation and actuality The undeniable facts of life The sum and substance, we Know as the enduring truth Immortal and on queue Is what it is Its what we know It is factually true Disney in so many ways … Continue reading

Regression

Despite the risein eating meat SPAIN Decides that she Must carry on murdering bulls And calves and do it blatantly Forget the vile barbarity Bloodlust and violent traits Abusers of the world delight It opening the gates Of hell in … Continue reading

Giraffe kills

The irreverence for wildness Is commonplace today The hunting poaching Trapping creed Many from far away The EU yes and Britain With money cobbled they Come to AFRICA buy a package And shoot wildlife all day The bold giraffe is … 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

Pestalotiopsis Microspora

Mother Nature Does have All the answers Despite man she is a worthy Parent who Watches what we do and how we Ruin all her hardwork But still she does have Ideas that go through Take polyurethane Plastic what has … Continue reading

Summer solstice

Perched upon a chalky plain A Neolithic burial site Far off shadows emanate Skyscape wildly offering Closer to the longest day When sunlight infiltrates the soul Robed and gazing Probled and raising Consciousness and spells of ardour The light in … Continue reading

A look at the Mari people

A time of darkness rules the Volga river Places where Mari people close to land and forest Tried to share A closeness to the landscape Animists were they Believing there were spirits In their environment the way Was open for … Continue reading

Vianet D’jenguet of “MY CONGO” fame

A sensitive soul Who sees wildness like children do What is just realness Creation and more Touched by the sadness Moved by the gladness A tangible reason He says to adore The Congo “My Congo” across the great river Where … Continue reading

Gerardo Tkachenko-Papizh

A unique sound of naturalness Songbirds insects we Listen to the utterances And muffled shrieks that be Exclaiming a perfection Humming warbling cooing Madrigals of harmony Lingering and viewing Hearkening a labyrinth Ethereal it be Breath beyond sensation Thinking out … Continue reading

The secret Gardens of Flaunden

Flaunden Lane near Bovingdon A concept to regard A Mediterranean Nursery Easy for the bard To soak up all its floral gifts The complementary Interacting many coloured Pattened woven spree A place of peace and harmony An idyll in a … Continue reading