Category Archives: Animal Rights

“MISHKA” (pekingnese maltese cross)

It was all caught on camera What this chump did A 27 year old In some kind of bid To offset his frustration Of a relationship kind He took to beating a dog up His way to unwind A perfect … Continue reading

We must never forget them

12 months ago the ship left Freemantle Thousands of sheep loaded they Were stressed out of their minds Having come from all over the place You can just see the signs From farm to the port Ventilation not good No … Continue reading

The Ibex and it’s mineral intake

Without nutritionists or doctors Wild animals they know How to get a balanced meal From what in fact does grow How to supplement their diets And keep them healthy they Scale the mountains and the the dams To help them … Continue reading

Chinese Medicine and wild animals

Evertything was written down Transcribed from long ago Instilled and inculcated By people in the know The want for the wild essences The connectedness of need By implication perspective For remedies to succeed Whats pertinent and applicable Absolute and true … Continue reading

Criminality and the killings

The use of words like conservation When killing is the sin Hunters out to murder To butcher and to skin To ship their trophies Home to where they put them on display Criminals that’s all they are In the bright … Continue reading

Cape fur seals and Namibia

Predation on the Skeleton Coast In Namibia is high Wolf-Atlas Bay and Cape Cross It happens which is why Thousands of Cape Fur Seals are born each November,to correspond With the Benguela Current Nutrient rich waters beyond The Natural world … Continue reading

Running the Bulls at Pamplona in July

They sell it as a celebration Tradition and culture they scream Running the bulls through Pamplona For some it’s a nightmarish dream Six angry Bulls and six lumbering cows Hit the cobble stone narrows and run Into the equation a … Continue reading

Those poor pigs

A farm in Wales That truly pales Into neglect and horror they Extinguished the good And so rarely should Have created a life A meaningless place A senseless cell Filth and disgrace Bedlam and a chaotic state Unruly and lawless … 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

It’s over

Without knowing the meaning Of joy we experience Life with our mothers Idyllic it was But So many changes And Humiliation Come to the family And it is because Humans continue To search in our homelands Our vulnerability Seemingly sets … Continue reading