Category Archives: Ravens and crows

The trade in wild animals

Alex is just one animal A white tiger who be Stuck in Ukraine sadly Pining constantly He born in captivity For the exotic trade In wild life Which is common On so many hearts Now laid It all began 4000 … Continue reading

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Our wild life

It’s tragic in so many ways That some folk do believe They have the right to kill wildlife Seemingly to achieve A sterile place for their businesses Badgers they must go Foxes they are vermin Squirrels too, high Ho Weasels … Continue reading

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A Raven perhaps

A inquisitive eye and talons clad in his ebony cloak A beak quite like a scimitar In the frosts of Winter soak Up the shafts of sunshine From out of blue slate sky Looking around for breakfast An opportunistic sigh … Continue reading

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