Category Archives: Emotional Poems

ICELAND its nationalistic objections to stop the whaling

Freedom of action A maxim they say Self-determination For them its the way Uncontrolled and uninfluenced Unbowed they will pay Whatever it costs At the end of the day To continue the fight To take minke and fin And humpback … Continue reading

Dr Birute

The worlds true primate angel A scholar of the wild Clearly her enlightenment Begun as a child Her grasp and her awareness A perception of the great Acquaintanceship with the red apes And there can be no debate This women … 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

Just another joey

My mother was a miracle Creation made her so Her exactitude and candour Her honour all who know Her know just how outspoken And Unembroidered and how true She carried me she loved me and did so her life through … 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

A passing

The concept of the loss of someone Hacks into the heart Whether an animal understands the finality To start Analysing grief As a palpable concern For me is without substance But I feel that I learn From animals that grieving … Continue reading

Rajah’s Makaibari

The miracle that was Makaibari Took on an exciting turn A realization A philosophy of existence So as to learn An undeniable positive What may have appeared a dream In the mind of a giant With an enduring stream That … 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

In the mountains we all become the mortals we have always been

Where blue skies remain Not a chem trail in sight Where snow falls in bucket loads Every night The might of the mountain Reaches the sky Where freedom exists In the wink of an eye Conviction to have it Is … 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