Category Archives: Campanology stories

More live exports where most arrive dead to the world

Solid bars encrusted holds Inside ships we see Torture vile disastrous passage Animals Scott free Not f enough food Slops everywhere Water dirty it is what The Meat Trade and it’s people Know A constancy of real despair And the … Continue reading

Posted in A not my king story, Abandonment, Animal Rights, animals used for food, CAFO's and factory farms, Calves and Cows and Bulls, Campanology stories, Captivity, children and their plight in a adult world, Death and Dying, Environmental Poems, Food, Food Processing, Humanity is a shithouse, live exports, Milk and its associated problems | Leave a comment

Simon Cotterill

The greenwood moss and emerald robe Worn by my good friend who Is a lover of great stories And of Avebury he is true To himself and to his lady The caring Ann Goldstraw Who enjoys his many outdoor pursuits … Continue reading

Posted in Campanology stories, People I have observed, The Sabbats and the old craft | 2 Comments