Poems about Animals

Cut more trees Build more homes  Let the animals suffer Because we don't want to
                                             Strategic Genius          1997
Nestled alongside my roost of books and blankets I wonder where you have gone to
There she stands without a trace of fear Yet my heart flutters when she trots near
If you think you know Do you know the day when your mother was a virgin?
You have not had to feel the pain Been trapped in a place that does not feel like your home
  My family looks at me with such judgment.    They see that I have changed. 
  My family looks at me with such judgment.    They see that I have changed. 
Maybe it was your eyes,  Big and droopy, but also told stories of the wise. 
the squirrels like to give a chase, Those bushy tail creatures always win the race, they laugh in our face,

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