Category Archives: Environmental Poems

Killing fields of Victoria

50,000 years If thats not long enough To walk the earth The red earth of the bush Alongside aborigines Painting in their caves Where were the Victorians In their hell born graves None of them the apple Of their mothers … Continue reading

Sea Spiracy believe every word it portrays

Sea Spiracy a film That takes us to another realm Transports us through reality And, does overwhelm The liars and the criminals That undoubtedly abound Long lines, trawlers, dredgers Who tragically are found Working under night skies Thieving as they … Continue reading

Fighting for African Animals

Fighting for Africa’s animals Writing and posting each day And seeing canned hunting Murdering Lions And African farmers Who prey On Mistaken and so naive hunters Absorbing deceit everyday They Travel and murder the caged ones lions, duped and drugged … Continue reading

Sunnyside Pri

We take so much for granted And children as we grow Lets liken ourselves to saplings Who in a forest show The richness of the fabric Some may never see Never feel the spirit Or the energy. Sunnyside its sandstone … Continue reading

Sea Spiracy

We open the great doors And let some truths out Concerning the oceans And what they are about How 80 per cent of all life Still be In the confines Of the great panoply An array of such wonder Where … Continue reading

As blood cancers rise

I don’t need your luck Helps what I need My cows are dying And its not from the feed C8 is out there All thanks to you Dumping your shit And you know that its true Its permanence guarantees Really … Continue reading

I watched it three times the dark waters I mean

Despite the dark waters Of Parkersburg, we Despite all that sadness The deaths that we see C8 is so evil And Dear Rob Bilott Industrial Processes Yes so Many we’ve got More every moment Dead in the ground Scampering maggots … Continue reading

Wilbur Earl Tannent and Rob Bilott and the Dupont case

A farmer of consequence Once lived with raptures Content in his being Beholding to time Is cows were his buddies That fed from his hands All his emotion In his best laid plans His family were gently folk Hardworking caring … Continue reading

Feelings and wildlife

As protectors it is concerning That binoculars are made And targeted at hunters An extension of trade Broadening the market Commercially feels wise But feelings have to play a part We have to realise We shouldn’t become detached from life … Continue reading

A silver spoon in the mouth of those

A silver spoon in the mouth of those Lobbyists Who do propose The reintroduction of neonicoinoids Bee killing pesticides That Good sense avoids Why on earth are we prepared To sacrifice and not be scared Of murdering the precious Bee … Continue reading

Larsen One Dane I have no respect for

To be famous for inventing A trap to murder birds Magpies crows and jackdaws I am lost for words Such intelligence is out there More so than trappers who Are wicked as the day is long Doing what they do … Continue reading

Salmon farmed v salmon wild

Salmon farming arrogance They all knew from day ONE Crowding salmon into pools Whe each day was do done Clearly it was ignorant And stupid as could be Making money is t funny When the world can see Chaos and … Continue reading

The plunderers

The Margiris owned by the Dutch So unfair A super trawler famed for its greed 6 thousand tonnes And each of them bleed Total destruction of so many souls In somebody’s ocean Acting out roles This mammoth digester Grasping its … Continue reading

Pacari Rose

High altitudes More daylight Fresh crisp clean pure air Pinchinchi province Grows the roses Long stemmed And to share Those exquisite aromas Redolent all through In a bar of chocolate Its like a dream come true And all the way … Continue reading

Is the sky the limit

Hempearth’s Derek Kesek A visionary who Uses his grey matter By greening it Its true Utterly non toxic Hemp its rightness fits Morality ethicality Is exactly where he sits Give him poetic justice The appropriate he knows well Unswerving and … Continue reading

Shoes and footballs and contempt

Perfection its out there The wild ones who be God given god made Faultless to see These magnificent animals Leaping away Under the hot sun On any day Designed for Australia In every way Their flawless condition To watch their … Continue reading

Cretian Sea Turtle

Caring, knives out ready A ball of net and knot Fishing gear abandoned What a rotten lot Really lacking judgement We just chuck shit away The turtle lives under the sea But of course is made to pay The couple … Continue reading

AUSTRALIA ready to obliterate

They thoughtlessly kill all the Roo’s That they can And as for the Barrier Reef Their love of coal Losing their soul Bringing the country To grief As for the Koala’s They get short shrift Wildness is frowned upon It … Continue reading

Rome counts the victims

Rome a beautiful city For Starlings yesterday Saw a warring faction Explosions there to stay A new year for inhabitants And the people thinking they Should try and set off fireworks Frustrated by the way Lockdowns had been ordered Freedoms … Continue reading

Riverford Organic

Essential to our planet Farmers now who are Bound by their love For the soil and who star In their own wild productions The love and the care Who respect every being That happens to be there They are playing … Continue reading

Changes

Importing foreign plants Into our countries Its big business of course It is but we Are arrogantly altering Environments and insect life Desires and really all that subtlety Natures blueprint really shows soecifics Preference, for soil types And our special … Continue reading

Sensitives

Wildness is a quality Its everywhere around Godliness is guaranteed In every cell its found Take the Coho Salmon Sometimes found in streams Where wildness is apparent But the sensitIve hear screams When rainfall raises depths And washes litter down … Continue reading

Plantwise

Plants whose sentient Godliness Artists of the pagan clan Wisdom wild and wonderful Wilful wily wondrous Fan like leaves, that lean As lithe as long the leaping Lapping leveret Softly surrounds the Soulful savage Sending spirals So ill met Angles … Continue reading

Poaching on the high seas

We all live on this amazing planet With oceans that present Seventy one per cent of what we have here And we have spent A lot of man years ruining The land mass and the sky And ruining the oceans … Continue reading

Long line fishing few prophets its all about profit

Biological Conservation And commercial fishing sees Conflict and improbity And what is dishonesty The Sea Birds like the Albatross Endangered and At risk Are being slaughtered daily In the killing fields Death’s brisk Out there on the ocean Its perilous, … Continue reading

Often taken for granted

Mid way through October And often what we take For granted are the leaves Thats rustle and that shake The veracity of Nature A compendium so clear Colours changing everywhere From bloodlessness to cheer Flush and blush and glow and … Continue reading

Meat = dead flesh and profits not prophets

Factory farms have spread across This country pretty fast Huge scale indoor facilities That state of affairs is cast Far and wide with hundreds Of animals inside Really a robotic rise Which farmers have denied Cows in fields munching on … Continue reading

Carl

In this world where energy Where life and sustainability A wizard out there Whose expertise is such A top gun in the heating world And on ventilation systems With pure designs in heating And on cooling so in touch Air … Continue reading

Inglorious 12th

We die in our droves Sacrificed for The men with guns Those to abhor Selfish Unsettling Egoists who Have a monopolistic And covetous view The moors the expanse The heather the sky The great spirit of kings All of that … Continue reading

Cameroon’s most precious resource

We are selling ourselves short What is an irreverence The great aged forests Priceless if sold Trees of great age And a wealth of wild treasures Gifted by the gods And right off the page When It comes to wonders … Continue reading