Category Archives: Emotional Poems

Neil a true warrior

To have the courage Of ones convictions Can be hard to do One soul 13 years ago Passed One of the few VEgans who was on the case Of caring for animals, he Despite his Spina Bifida He was fearless … Continue reading

SIMBA

In Zimbabwe in Shona I hear it means POWER “SIMBA”the LION Whose every hour Has been so disarranged So chaotic poor soul Lying in Russia He had no control Of his life he was used As a prop on the … Continue reading

Kerala killing

Since my poem of the other day the poor elephant that died After  eating a pineapple stuffed with fireworks and inside its poor mouth it exploded and so damaged her jaw and we hear she died by choking But it … Continue reading

To three of my friends the willing the courageous warriors

To Ann to Kat to Lash Three willing warrior souls Nurses with dispositions With totally leaning roles Whose eagerness to serve to care, to love, really to be Totally dedicated to work ungrudgingly The nation is in lockdown Such violence … Continue reading

Depression

The uneasiness of circumstances Like the virus at this time It’s a kind of feel bad factor An agitation climb It gets you to a point all het up And alone Not really knowing which way to turn And you … Continue reading

Trigger happy

Their fingers on the trigger unconscientiousness it felt Great dollops of injustice And shamefulness were dealt With villainy and A baseless Like the running of the hare People we could see them All breathing the same air Taken out and … Continue reading

Yule message to my Doctor

I have felt so I uncared for A life sentence really Of misunderstandings Out in the cold Left alone and unheeded And I haven’t succeeded In putting my point across My life was on hold My pain has been massive … Continue reading

One Albert Nash

44 years he had served IMBER well The village blacksmith The happiest spell He worked long and hard And built up his trade Serving the community When the war Office laid Their objections to His village and that he leave … 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

Grenfell 4

Seventy two seconds Where nobody spoke A silent march Of the Grenfell folk An evening where solace Was painful and true The people were waiting Hoping that YOU The government The council The cladders Them all The architects The surveyors … Continue reading

Julian

Skulduggery exists The perfidiousness creates The frame-up of the century Such Hypocrisy conflates Truthfulness and honour With the sanctimonious way Of misquoting and misinforming And making people pay Inventing pure falsehoods Wholly insincere Betrayal and duplicity So prophetic and so … 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

My testament

So their arrogance created An energy in me Their vile MANIpulation My philosophy To crawl away from ignorance Their ugliest refrain Their wanting to inseminate An elder yet again It would have been the fifth time Such guile such artfulness … 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

“Big boy” and the birth of CLZ in his honour

There was something about him Apart from his great stature He took it on himself to be the one The guru and the mentor For a number of the other males He possessed a status That was second to none … Continue reading

MULAN the tigress

Abdullah Sholet became her full time carer 25 years old and apparently Ready to take on a job of looking after a tiger cub At an Islamic school where both could be MULAN Jamilliah a Bengal tiger Given to the … Continue reading

Master mistress schooling

Master Mistress schooling Pooling ruling fooling who The trees in leaf The sky above so grey And it is time For a giant BEECH Someone did teach It’s roots were shallow laid The weight of this A maidens kiss The … Continue reading

Notre Dame

A conundrum exists In so many hearts The twin towers suggests Something more Watching the images The exposition The prejudices In the raw A great church Is burning What misunderstanding The fire going Against the flow 800 year oaks dont … Continue reading

No greater love story

Betulaceau a family tree A lover for life Extraordinary Admiration for one so bold A prodigy on it I am sold Enigmatic a surprising tree Who loves the fen lands And there they be Feet in the water Peat saturated … Continue reading

A truly compassionate fisherman

Algal blooms Produce bacteria harmful To us all And one fisherman discovered A turtle And what did befall This truly beautiful creature Was the clearly uncomfortable plight Swimming in a polluted sense How could that be right A fisherman who … Continue reading

His curse

Angels are susceptible To the vagaries of those Voracious drooling sons of Disrespect and how it shows Up in night time squalor Wicked as can be Transgressing every honour And integrity Duplicit in their thinking Artful by desire To take … Continue reading

Feeling depressed

Joylessness And unhappiness It tends to be around Enervation heartache As all of us have found And I do mean everyone Where ever they now be Oppression of the spirit Leads on to misery Life today is dismal And many … Continue reading

Avatar

The inner child The inner mind The positive All underlined Skin the colour of the Eyes we see Blue and green The mentality Of The avatar Is what springs to mind A sixth sense That Some people find A cerebration … Continue reading

The indigenous women

Its the unnatural tsunami Great waves roll in and they Are smothered by the incitement That can often come their way A cultural confusion A lack of what is real The pre-existing formula That genuine appeal Historical and grounded Familial … Continue reading

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