Zero pasture

The underlying cruelty

where arrogance exists

in Italy the Parmesan

where farming there resists

the all import factor

compassion and real care

thoughtfulness  and emotions

and of being  aware

cows of course are ruminants

grass is their dream food

fresh, and the warm sun on their backs

yes I dare allude

to understanding freedom

these females love to be

chatting on the hillsides

to each other constantly

tasting the rich greenery

Philosophers they be

chewing over problems

with  such vivacity

but tragically the Consortium

of farmers tend to say

its best that they are locked down

in dark barren cells all day

tethered to a rotten post

Out of  healthy light

and there they spend their lives

in prisons

how can that be right.

 

 

the numbness and the stupor

the inactivity

of course it leads to depression

they lose their curiosity

god given thoughts,  the inscrutable

lust for life is gone

Italian Farmers ignorance

it is a great big con

the famous cheese

the cruelty

the ignorance abounds

their instincts are at risk you know

their personality

their state of mind

deep rooted

they want to just be free

 

the pasture is their heaven

the wild plants are their soul

fresh and sweet and tasty

their vibration, its their role

to just be tethered to a post

is bad vibes Let me say

Italian  Farmers  are stupid

and selfish and we pay

highly in our true health

we are unctuous and alive

we appreciate the environment

its just why we survive

and being locked down

All our lives

our babies so abused

their stomach contents ripped apart

For the  rennet

thats infused

their tears are shared

as mothers,  we so pine every day

and all you  pasta lovers and chefs

Should see their way

to helping us to stopping

this evil for they are

Confining us to their hell on earth

and too soon the abattoir.

 

 

 

About Rex Tyler

I love animals. I enjoy writing poetry and delivering speeches.I like to mentor people who need help in preparing speeches and evaluations.I enjoy travel although it is much harder for me these days.I so enjoyed the Andes Mountains and Volcanoes and the Quichua people who live and thrive there.I have lots of friends around the world.
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