Category Archives: Lemurs and Madagascar

An unfortunate black bear

A child at 6 unfortunately Was taught to go and kill Squirrels rabbits and other feral souls A bitter pill For me to take, I have to say And what we read today Is this litte girl Now can’t stop … Continue reading

Ankarana in Madagascar

Rapiers sharp Great daggers of rock Jagged and rugged A monadnock Protectively harbouring Those now within The natural protection Of this limestone skin Such forbidding cliffs Pointing to the sky So deftly dangerous And remarkably high Only the masters of … Continue reading