Poems about Animals

Dear Death, I hope you're not so bad. I hear you shine bright,
  What is the world's greatest issue?   Is it racism or sexism?
  I’m looking through the scope  She’s looking down the barrel. My hands don’t shake as I hold the gun.
There was once a man A man of power but without sight And without sight, without mind.
Build more factories! Burn that house! Demolish the woods and build a hotel!
From the early mornings until the late nights, oh what a sight. No you don’t bark,  bark you have never.
From the early mornings until the late nights, oh what a sight. No you don’t bark,  bark you have never.
You have been haunting me all my life why must this go on? through endless days and nights and years
Who dwells at the entrance of the sea? in the heart of all souls that plays among the heart of the sea,

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