Category Archives: Environmental Poems

The corvidae and the cherries

they have eaten every cherry off my tree this week swallowed them down or knocked them to the ground and then they seek to let them ripen more each day and eat them  from the floor what  grows is  fruit … Continue reading

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Spital bugs

Lavender its ebullient self striding off towards the sky green and sacrificing soul and fragrance coming from on high in between the glorious shoots grass like creeping strident stems offering up the olfactorial  glimpse of purple spirited glowing gems .Froghoppers … Continue reading

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Selective uptake

the  periodic Table of the elements have so much going for them  but few see the elements related to the environments they overlook the similarity calcium and strontium are sisters potassium and caesium are too iron and what is hell … Continue reading

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Cruel and insensitive

louis Vuitton in Tokyo they found protest  the reason they attracted that day dealing in skins in death so to say sold out as exotic on words they do play   It is violence of course a dark tour de … Continue reading

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Fly tippers

walking the dogs what she had found was strewn in a wild patch of plants On the ground black plastic sacks someone didnt  care they  got  rid of their rubbish just leaving it there   a druid just happened to … Continue reading

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Hinkley Point

Six million homes will see electricity nuclear power the vile and vanquished fuel Johnson wants to get back into Nuclear goodness knows why really truly how the  dangers and the risks ukraine apparently The driving  force now the nuclear  bubble … Continue reading

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Road kill is growing ever faster

road kill is a  major  cause of  killings happening on our roads sadly today deer all crumpled in what is an abomination spitefulness sadly now at play   an excrable annointing of the innocent a thudding worthless shoddy point of … 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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Easter Saturday

The  Cherry’s s ermine blossom like froth begins to show pom pom shapes and Fr.esh green leaves bobbing too and fro   the sun  is going to beddy byes a golden halo spread up and over the Copper Beech and … Continue reading

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Plastics.

Supermarkets and Plastic What is going on two of the big names have increased plastic it hasn’t gone the promises the effort to close down on the stuff adding to the  ocean waste Look I have had enough   animals … Continue reading

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Chem trails over Rotten Bend

one of those jets a mile up high tearing through an April sky spewing strontium and Barium can you hear my on going  sigh   Are  chem trail pilots family men do they have children if they  do when. did … 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

Posted in Activism in art, Environmental Poems, Neighbours, Spring Flowers, Thoughts/rambles/dreams/whatever, Wildness is our friend, Winter | Leave a comment

“On a bicycle made for two”

Bellis  Perennis  who is she? she sounds like a   good sport Petite, she’s petite with a sound reputation she mixes with Hawthorn and Marigold Flowers they seem so benevolent great dispositions responsive and caring their   height simply towers … Continue reading

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Lemon Balm

In Greece  Melissa means honey bee The Lemon balm for me a herb sold by apothacaries a perennial growing free wilder and most fragrant the mint family a home during Summer we see white flowers nectar rich they be any … Continue reading

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Mistletoe

its a power of good i give thee i am Mistletoe the thrush took me to where you be right into the flow sharing sap most fortunate for I am evergreen an oak would have been wonderful but the blackthorn … Continue reading

Posted in Environmental Poems, The Sabbats and the old craft, Unrequited Love, wild birds, Wild plants some call weeds bot not I, Wildness is our friend, Winter | Leave a comment

Aedes Aegypti

males are being  murdered everywhere they go fogs and sprays it ends their days but the poor old males don’t know   humans,  lots  are ignorant They think mosquitos bite but its only the females out biting whereas we get … Continue reading

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What is it

there they are  some feathers knotted drawn and left scrunched up on that garden bush tragically bereft and what was it that left it there tousled and ,lost who knows wet and looking like a spiral this is how it … Continue reading

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The Periodic Tables

The Periodic Table of the elements have so much going for them but few see the elements related to our environments they fail to see the similarity Calcium and Strontium are Sisters Potassium and Caesium are too Iron and what … Continue reading

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Siberia and its angelic realms

Snow to sky White to blue Siberia a swirling mass Of diadems so true A sight not for our sore eyes Where gentle Musk Ox roam Contemplating life itself In their precious home

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By-catch

to be trapped in some net and  hauled up on a deck rolling around its hard to keep check rolling around in the ice and the rain and getting a  knife handle  bashing your brain These are the French fishermen … Continue reading

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The courage of the wasp men

We are at war with the dam builders they wish to take down our  forest kill the river we the Indigenous Kiapo Must fight the good fight we must prepare ourselves strengthen our will and go forward into battle for … Continue reading

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Aborigine

They were the first people guardians who were designed for the climate Their  life styles were true close to the earth incarnated that way Their  genetics were suited deep rooted I’d say   they lived in harmony bush tucker their … Continue reading

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Muyicha Mufabule a man able to prioritise with logic and with care in a war torn country where disunion did share a large part of  the turmoil the intricacies of life labyrinths of complexity and a frenzy of real strife … Continue reading

Posted in Abandonment, activism, Africa, Animal Rights, Communication and Leadership, Environmental Poems, Forests and wild places, Freedom and what's happening to it, Gorillas in the wild, Indigenous People, Okapi, Trees our silent friends, VOLCANOES, war zones, Wars, Wildness is our friend | Leave a comment

Alchemilla Vulgaris

A rather pretty low growing plant Whose name suggests  and does Bring magic  back into our lives With a promised buzz its gender it be feminine Venus its planet too Love and all its potions This little soul  rings true … Continue reading

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Dead flesh

Spoilage caused by death and dying tissues some call it ageing others see it differently deterioration calmly seemingly decay and decompose go bad and fester degrade devalue ravage and defile consuming dead flesh some call it meat  so as to … Continue reading

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Silky from the vast plain

the forest and its vastness every kind of tree creating from the blue skies a resplendent canopy Below an engaging wilderness a cacophony of sound great multitudes are moving All  over the ground existence is remarkable the physical attain A … Continue reading

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Eco Warriors

Eco Warriors hurt no body their principal is to fight environmentally thats what these soldiers do unlike the present band of shite blocking motorways preventing people going to work few will heap the praise they are seeking, they are hurting … Continue reading

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Nut jobs and head shots

Licensed to kill only takes a few hours Training to murder to gain special powers   of aiming at big males and those without child its for pet food, so wasteful and steak from the wild   theres  Cow Beef … Continue reading

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Peruvian women

Indigenous Women are making a noise its justice and rightness they are the joys that women are needing land rights you see Culture respect and identity being the stewards of the forest rings true so much is wrong everywhere we … Continue reading

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fishermen discarding ghost nets are criminals without a doubt

the falsehoods and artfulness and the disgrace they cannot be bothered all over the place sensitive habitats its becoming clear ghost nets discarded produce so much fear 49 feet deep 56 miles long just imagine that really how wrong ghost … Continue reading

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