Category Archives: Environmental Poems

Terrible twelth to the tragic tenth of December

Hen harriers have really took a pasting And much of that is down to the red grouse The coporation blood sport of the so called toffs And really all should be in the courthouse Not paying all those thousands to … Continue reading

Bushmeat

Its deep seated in the culture In the tradition of a place In Africa it is illegal And these days a disgrace Wild and feral animals The sick ones too can be Victims in the killing Which is why now … Continue reading

Dead zones

They are out there And are growing tysons Foods and Smithfield do Create such vile anomalies Its what these bastards do Generating mountains of excrement galore From all their concentration camps In their brand new war Just three per cent … Continue reading

Paul Watson almost said it all

The vegan sits in his hospital bed A beacon of the light He refuses to eat chicken On lamb he will not bite He will not let the mother cow GeT raped or milked or shot He eats the abundant … Continue reading

Camelford

JULY 1988 JOhn Stevens was a tanker driver Who went to bodmin Moor To the Lower Moor Water Treatment Works It was unmanned and whats more He actually had never been there And the Tory Party were Preparing to privatise … Continue reading

The great ROUNDUP

Consciousness has been around For many a year The thoughts the sense Of the inner child A mindlessness bordering on the moronic An abstractness that could be seen as wild Unconcerned and uninvolved Indifferent one might say As the corporate … Continue reading

Human’s detestablity

To loathe those cretins who set out On a mission to cause death By poisoning the wild life Denying them of breath Leaving baited carcasses For unsuspecting souls Who may be very hungry And forget that certain trolls Amongst the … Continue reading

Areas where wildness prevails

its seems to be a world away From where most of us dwell Where GAIA in a moment of magic Cast her spell The softness of the litter From The leaves Under our feet So Yielding and compressible So Relaxing … Continue reading

Restavek children

After the earthquake Came so many orphans Their parents all wiped out So where could they go They became relocated Within the family But actually slaves As we all know Tent cities And slums are of such shabby Structures Hardly … Continue reading

TOBACCO AND THE CHILDREN

This world of misadventure Where cruelty is rife Under the cover of distant lands The devil weilds his knife To the hurtfulness and the detriment Of children of the world Bright buttons of imagination Who in spitefulness are hurled The … Continue reading