Category Archives: Child exploitation

Lost

A dripping tap of devilry Has taken all I loved away The bloodbath of repetitiveness Must surely now forever stay A stain that grows within my soul A child whose eyes now dare To question the true sanity Of why … Continue reading

Sandringham estate boycott by Norfolk school

A petition has been started From a Norfolk school where they Were encouraged to visit the Sandringham Estate To see the dogs that play A part in retrieving dead birds Shot by shooters who Are An integral part of the … Continue reading

Somebody else’s baby

For me it is a certainty An irrefutability Killing babies For consumption Feels alien to me The Dairy Farmer’s Philosophy Is selling into dairy Bovine lactating fluids Sold to human beings they Are told by all and sundry That using … Continue reading

Boarding schools

A reluctance to be humane And a refusal to care Indisposed and grudging Totally unaware Native children matter They are people of the earth They live where they found Themselves And give back all their worth These boarding schools Of … 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

Hopes and dreams and genocide

Below the lowest of poverty lines And families all destroyed by war The monetary system dismantled A country that lost all its law Genocide ravaged the whole population At least twenty five per cent killed Pol Pot saw to complete … Continue reading

Imperceptiveness personified

Running the bulls A pastime in Spain With a child on ones shoulder The obtuseness insane The senselessness nature Of what might occur If the bull really charges And the two of them were Broken and bleeding A father and … Continue reading

The forgotten ones

Forgotten children Forgotten by who Forgotten by us Or forgotten by you They came in the daylight My daughter they took Because she was brown With a whitish look SHe was only a baby Tossed into their truck That is … Continue reading

Ahed Tamini

Hopelessness spreads Across many devides When young hopes are dashed By the defeating tides Despairing glances Fearing the worst With parents suffering And when the first Inconsolable nightmare Happens to fall Down on your village Loved by you all Nabi … Continue reading

Residential schools

Contemptuousness and despisedness A paltriness of mind For governments to do this So terribly unkind The indignity of breaking up Families in this way Of weaning them from ancestors And making the children pay In America in Canada in Australia … Continue reading