Category Archives: Explorers and Visionaries

I found a flower by a baby gorilla

Look what I have found a tiny flower It is  tangible and real its substance is extraordinary and I love its feel the scent is wild and special each petal soft and I have an affiliation with it by and … Continue reading

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Ecuador is magical

Throats of fire Volcanoes higher Snow capped mountains Ecuador Beauty enlists The wispy mists And We know what its all for Such passion for the visitors Skies of purple hue Paychwork farmland Beautiful people I always think kindly of you … Continue reading

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Sea Spiracy

We open the great doors And let some truths out Concerning the oceans And what they are about How 80 per cent of all life Still be In the confines Of the great panoply An array of such wonder Where … Continue reading

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Feelings and wildlife

As protectors it is concerning That binoculars are made And targeted at hunters An extension of trade Broadening the market Commercially feels wise But feelings have to play a part We have to realise We shouldn’t become detached from life … Continue reading

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Pacari Rose

High altitudes More daylight Fresh crisp clean pure air Pinchinchi province Grows the roses Long stemmed And to share Those exquisite aromas Redolent all through In a bar of chocolate Its like a dream come true And all the way … Continue reading

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Is the sky the limit

Hempearth’s Derek Kesek A visionary who Uses his grey matter By greening it Its true Utterly non toxic Hemp its rightness fits Morality ethicality Is exactly where he sits Give him poetic justice The appropriate he knows well Unswerving and … Continue reading

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The “Thunder”

A Norwegian ship built A while ago in 1969 Part of The Bandit six Group With shrewd heads in the line Were there, hunting and poaching In the Southern Ocean where The Patagonia Tooth Fish Resides and likes to share … 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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Where did humanity go

Impoverishment Its out there It ravages through time Contamination Adulteration Its now all on the line Humanity has sunken To depths perverted by Maladministration And really every lie Imaginable The unskillfulness The totally unendowed Belligerence and aggression Its all been … Continue reading

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Rowldritch acorn

What more fitting a gift Than an acorn for they Are a symbol of strength and power That The Oak Casts away That wild souls consume Like the Squirrel and Pig The Bear and the Deer Both liking to dig … Continue reading

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Non invasive species on the menu

Consumption of wild animals Does appear to be The order of the day In Certain quarters Where we see High powered very important people Fronting corporations At annual dinners Being served In what’s called celebrations Of taking the pressure off … Continue reading

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Mary Borgstrom

A potter and an Artist A need to excavate A mindful glimpse through history A medieval gait To primitive beginnings The Bygone forgotten days Retroactive thinking And all the many ways She was part of Nature Respecting each event An … Continue reading

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Trigger happy

Their fingers on the trigger unconscientiousness it felt Great dollops of injustice And shamefulness were dealt With villainy and A baseless Like the running of the hare People we could see them All breathing the same air Taken out and … Continue reading

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Blick Mead

A world of perfect synergy When time advents to soul When wildness stood majestic And where Each life form took it’s role Predator and prey create A balance to pursuit Trees were they an origin A megalithic root All sharing … Continue reading

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Vianet D’jenguet of “MY CONGO” fame

A sensitive soul Who sees wildness like children do What is just realness Creation and more Touched by the sadness Moved by the gladness A tangible reason He says to adore The Congo “My Congo” across the great river Where … Continue reading

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A tribute to my friends

Sum and substance All enduring The two had made their way Steve and Andy guru’s Of the munro’s I can say Climbers of distinction Ben Hope most northerly In the great Flow country Of Sutherland they be Able to assess … Continue reading

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Carracci

“The loves of the gods” Above us Extending with great soul Annibale Carracci Took on this splendid role It was known as mannerism A technique of artisty 11 years of dedication And perfect synergy The frescoe’s they were beautiful Immaculate … Continue reading

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Karawatha overpass

Building roads and caring About wild habitat That is what is needed Thats where we should be at Arches paths and walkways For the animals of the field For wild birds to cross safely A partnership to yield All the … Continue reading

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Muritz through the seasons

The embodiment of all you ever saw Or wish to see The backbone and the marrow and the core Is adequately Provided by our mother the creator Essentially Great forests lakes and rivers And wild life good and free Muritz … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Poems, Explorers and Visionaries, Raccoons, Red and fallow deers trophies, Snakes and reptiles, Trees our silent friends, wild birds, Wild Deers, Winter | Leave a comment

Rajah’s Makaibari

The miracle that was Makaibari Took on an exciting turn A realization A philosophy of existence So as to learn An undeniable positive What may have appeared a dream In the mind of a giant With an enduring stream That … Continue reading

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