Category Archives: Haiti

It is love

Jetster a male cat Sufficiently mentioning His needs apparently Life kind of censoring Close to his lady A meeting of minds No truer perspective A glance at the signs His pattern of living Habitually Getting up hunting Sleeping a free … Continue reading

Posted in Animal Rights, Canalside Observations, cats, Comedic, Dacorum borough, depleted uranium, Dreams, Emotional Poems, energy(developing new ideas), Environmental Poems, Ethereal Poems, Forests and wild places, Gelada baboons, Goddesses, Haiti, Hedgerows, Homelessness and souls of the street, Leaves | Leave a comment

A Ewes proclamation

Baby sheep are not for eating Listen people hear them bleating My love for them means everything Honestly cuddling them does bring The best out of me every day Because I love them in every way Soft and warm and … Continue reading

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Restavek children

After the earthquake Came so many orphans Their parents all wiped out So where could they go They became relocated Within the family But actually slaves As we all know Tent cities And slums are of such shabby Structures Hardly … Continue reading

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