Category Archives: Recycling

Concept is beyond my thinking

To imagine a loved one As a big lump of compost I can’t get my head around This grotesque affair How could I ever Mentally sever My heart would be broken Something I couldn’t share

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Supermarkets and Plastic What is going on two of the big names have increased plastic it hasn’t gone the promises the effort to close down on the stuff adding to the  ocean waste Look I have had enough   animals … Continue reading

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Good Energy

A stalwart campaigner A GREEN pioneer Thats Juliet Davenport Yes and the year 1999 A long time ago When she took on the fossil Fuel giants, you know Not exactly an enviable position to be But she was a champion … Continue reading

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UK waste found in jungle

Pink waste bags Out from Milton Keynes Found in the jungle where Someone clearly dumped them Someone unaware All the supermarkets Were represented too All this one use plastic This is what we do Recycle it so diligently Expecting it … Continue reading

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A testament to the intolerant that is the now

A testament to the intolerant The remorseless throw aways The compassionless society And the now thankless phase The unmindful and the spiteful Whose culpability Is out there in the ocean And is brought right home to me The shoreline as … Continue reading

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The Robin Hood Army

The Robin Hood army Fighting wastage they Came up with a great idea Where volunteers each day Give their time and energy Give their love and care It’s an enlightening prospect To recycle and to share The waste from local … Continue reading

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Stigma of artificiality a poem inspired by Duncan Burn

Waste at home is one thing But waste on the farm amounts To a massive loss of profit Which honestly now counts It has completely changed the market place All over the world And its down to “outgrades” Where the … Continue reading

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Out of chaos and disorder A motley mosaic, we Mass produced in monotone And base monotony In Bethlehem Tear gas canisters And, flash grenade shells Become transformed quite Laterally Tinsel town and bells From an ugly war torn perspective In … Continue reading

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