Category Archives: Starvation and the Poor

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

Posted in Activism in art, Communication and Leadership, Explorers and Visionaries, Indigenous People, People I have observed, Starvation and the Poor, The Arts and Culture, womens issues | Leave a comment

Bushmeat

Its deep seated in the culture In the tradition of a place In Africa it is illegal And these days a disgrace Wild and feral animals The sick ones too can be Victims in the killing Which is why now … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, animal diseases, Animal Rights, animals used for food, Bats, Ebola, Environmental Poems, Gorillas in the wild, Hunting and Poaching ( includes canned hunts), Mice and rodents, Pangolin trade in exotic species, slaughterhouses and operatives, Starvation and the Poor | Leave a comment

Democratic republic of the CONGO

Poverty and impoverishment Creates in man a need To suffer with his family They are owned and robbed indeed Underfed and down at heel Unable to pay ones way So drawn into great dangers Just hopeful they can pay In … Continue reading

Posted in activism, children and their plight in a adult world, Corporate Giants, Environmental Poems, Indigenous People, Starvation and the Poor, war zones | Leave a comment