Category Archives: Activism in art

Hawthorn Hart

Hawthorn Hart a group of souls all on a journey discovering roles a connectedness a strong rapport interests in magick and lots lots more   comparability for all things bright and beautiful including light the fae collaterality an affiliation of whats … Continue reading

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Thai curry and Aberdeen angus Beef Burgers

Twas 1968 that Peter  Green composed a gem inspired by the “Albatross” wanting to soar with them across the many oceans inspired he was to see their truly wondrous temperament and vast ability   it conjured up a melody that … Continue reading

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Arthur

he loved his mother earnestly he bathed her every night he cared for her  within his span Which seemingly was slight beaten up by vagabonds he thought the world was Filled with lots of crazy people and that blood was … Continue reading

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Joker he was called

grease paint a clown  with bright red lips Diamond  shaped blue eyes he dips he who laughs laughs  longest he who cries And  quite savagely there are few   who will listen even fewer will care a broken soul who … Continue reading

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Blood Lions

South African Farmers once many grew fruits in the sunshine but sadly their  view of food for the people and export abroad disregarded their earnings it felt like t no reward they moved onto Lions harvesting Lions petting the cubs … Continue reading

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Hobby lobby

an army of stores selling animal fur rabbits are graceful and kind the wonder of skin the phenomenon we realise it is so famously protecting our bodies similarly animals fur overwhelmingly protects their fine bodies from planetary ill and commercial … Continue reading

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Junior

As the dancer   He was excellent His arms went one  way One  leg Another artistic of figure nothing left in check exercise his master orchestrated by a complete control and discipline and all of it  was why   He … Continue reading

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The Bee and the Dandelions

The excitement of Spring and a concordant  time to go after pollen worthy of a rhyme wildness is pollen Nature’s true gift a wondrous coherence a positive lift thankfully Dandelions are the dominant  flower alive to the sun to the … Continue reading

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My answer to Claudia

The rightfulness of being a friend will always be emulated  really there was no rivalry but there was ethicality and justice needs to be emblazoned on your heart My dear for you mean more to me Anyone who would hurt … Continue reading

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Stonehenge

There they are Sarsons and Blue from the Neolithic people who dragged their wealth onto the green with muscle     never by machine spuriousness and fraility And ofcourse the mendacity an ediface and affirmation a place of druidic  creation … Continue reading

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The admiral and the fletton

nectaring,  its honest need for today a Rosemary bursting what a display of crinoline lilacs, the Buddleias they are seemingly  early  no flowers anyway   under the Cherry  some young common nettle we keep a wild garden and forage each … Continue reading

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Do joggers ever think about chocolate

joggers pound the pavements Easter Monday they hope to work the chocolate off eaten yesterday the cacao came from Africa slave children  working overtime kidnapped so they say in Mali and Burkino Faso every single day   machetes heavy bundles … Continue reading

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O92 Eden Poem

A floral hint of beauty a heavenly refrain productive as each day is long a lushness that’d has lain dormant over centuries an olfactory desire an exuberance and richness in what is this fruitful fire   a Union a  marriage … Continue reading

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Seal skins and Canada

Seal skin clothing imagine that all the blood and all the fat harp seal babies lust for life beaten black and blue with strife   the  Egyptian furrier takes  so much and sells it on to those who have got … Continue reading

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Bad taste

Thousands of  pound notes for a designer bag Packed with such  cruelty aimed at some hag artless and vulgar in reality but advertised discreetly which is why we see the market widen society clamours to buy it for so chic … Continue reading

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The jasmine and the scaffold

wirey struggling facing Spring with all its gullibility stormy winds to threaten and survivability green the sprouting heathens the top most venturing high pea green sprightly life force up towards the sky the woody roots confounded shoots a structure of … Continue reading

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Wild flowers

our politicians sadly are a bunch of  bloody twerps labouring on about the toxic chemicals they use those  councils up and down the country who seemingly refuse   nature Godly  heavenly the myriad sweep of gold the colours at the … Continue reading

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Namibia and the orange ladies

The Indigenous Himba People Are genuine and true A simple life out in the wilds its what these people do A great respect for their animals their villages remote simplicity is paramount Creatively they  note   sheep and goats and … Continue reading

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Diane

A gown of magenta red shoes the song lent her a sable haired songstress Plays  intuitive folk Many sweet  posies of ancestral  elegance magically lilting Sounds that evoke   an historical edge and enchanting moments touching the heart strings Sharing … Continue reading

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Feathering our own nest

Feathers are made of keratin imagining how light pigmented so beautifully to aid a bird in flight preening glands hold special oils to waterproof and hold back the inclement moisture thus worth their weight in gold   able to trap … Continue reading

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BIAFRA

Biafra the Indigenous the guardians who strive Caring becomes natural creative and alive   to feeling they are resolute to surroundings where they be They anticipate the obvious bathed in, clairvoyancy   Nobody’s fool, they are learned Master minds in … Continue reading

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Mark Devlin

Speaker Author Blogger Soul DJ Podcasts whole a built in valour intrepidity a true resoluteness and audaciously Freedom its out there Initiatives flow your music is out there raring to go bold and eventful ready to fight a clear undertaking … Continue reading

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Living with Nature

Living with Nature Away from  the cities Such immortal beings assess their true features planted and  growing in league with the forests have a common interest and a mindful regard A pertinent mention a wonderful connection people who wander who … Continue reading

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Coyote

Do you think that  God Created a soul just to be trapped And take on the role Of trim for your neck Decoration thats all Canada goose they  should go to the wall Very deceitful Creepy  as hell trumped up … Continue reading

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Now you see it soon you won’t

We may as well just bomb the place strafe the neighbourhood a world heritage Neolithic monumental Could anyone be that stupid all those flint tools where lying below the surface And Grant Schapps doesnt care An unenviable  situation The Beaker … Continue reading

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How to choose a backdrop

With all this Covid nonsense meeting up is banned travelling is frowned upon the fires of hell are fanned so  having to communicate from home is the big thing and how to choose a backdrop and really what to bring … Continue reading

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The Corvidae

The unkindness of Ravens the great Corvidae ebony black come join the affray a realisation undeniably so stubborn as Hell but so in the flow   Hitchcock was able to frighten them he Knew clouds of  black birds most don’t … Continue reading

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Gold fever

The presumption of gold in them hills Panning fast A fever is spreading One that may last Attracting the miners The diggers to come With their chemical clouds And Boy they have some Move into the villages In Ecuador Where … Continue reading

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And little lambs eat ivy

A farmers owned killing house Its In North Wales Where lambs and sheep Walk the deadliest trails Into the Dead flesh Trade Of the living soul Unprepared truly to take on their role From being fresh born lively little souls … Continue reading

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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

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