Category Archives: Environmental Poems

Will we all be rounded up (before you know it)

Science for a better life For me thats hard to see Its out there on their website Sustainablity Bayers innovation (monsatan)products too The creeping hand of modern man Who has the the gall to do The really weirdest of things … Continue reading

The Alaska Story a true story

A forest of Spruce and Hemlock Lay behind me Break up on its way through The snow gray Hard packed with the sun About emerging And there in front of me A wolf did lay In one of George’s traps … Continue reading

Wild Roses

The delicate pink hues That clamber skywards Over thorny stems Fragrant are their blossoms An adornement to the Autumn gems That throw their colour And aromatic scent into the Warming air The sweet briar loves heart fire Eglantine be mine … Continue reading

The Ash Tree Celtic tree of now 18/2-17/3

The Ash grabs all the light It can Its pinnate leaves Provide a plan A dampish base A lime rich soil Whether Oak or Ash It seems to boil Down to Ash when the liming Grows Where Dogwood and Privet … 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

Rising Shiva’s abode

From melt water In the Himalayas At Gangotrig we see The mighty Ganga Rise up on its journey to the sea Through Bangladesh and India This tumultuous display Rolling ever onwards To the great Bengal bay Surrounded by so many … Continue reading

“Under the sky”

Under the sky The once peaceful heaven The colours of morning Once as blue as the sea Now streaked up with Aerosols And as bugs we scatter No matter We stutter For no longer we be In freedom no tragically … Continue reading

Repositories for nuclear waste storage in the UK

The mail has mooted Plans afoot To dispose of Sellafields vile radioaactive horror The tories sad denial Gullible communities Preferably far away In the North of England Where the hoi polloi Now stay Thats the snobbish banter They hope will … Continue reading

The little yellow hammer’s message after BREXIT

A yellow hammer just a little bird From long ago Nature created its refrain Its song we all loved so Flitting across wide habitats Into landscapes where Every little bunting Just cast away despair Poets from a former time Noted … Continue reading

Turtles and their destiny

I find it hard to contemplate Decisions that are made To overide the natural world Where evolution laid An existential promise Instictively that see A vibrational distinction Where sea turtles choose to be A private beach in Florida On the … Continue reading