By C. Sparkie
Animal Rights Poetry
Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
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Do you see the Dog Star
burning brightly in the sky?
If you do, I pity you
because you're doomed to die
Frankincense and myrrh have we
to appease perverted lusts
do not torture man's best friend
take ME if you must
I will be the hostage
to appease your selfish gods
Come! Take me to the darkness
where nobody trods
I shall don a dogsuit
in eve's gloaming light
when Korean bully shows
to kill with all his might
© 1998 By C. Sparkie
This poem has been reprinted with the permission of the author with the understanding that it is dedicated to the millions of dogs, cats, and wildlife in South Korea and other Asian countries who are brutally tortured and killed for human consumption. Their cries have reached us. For more information and to find out what you can do to stop the carnage visit Save the Dog
What you can do:
Please send donations or contact the only Korean organisation that seems to be on the animals' side. The Korean Animal Protection Society (KAPS) and its international arm, the International Aid for Korean Animals (IAKA).
Ms Kyenan Kum: email: email@example.com
P.O Box 20600
Oakland, CA 94620-0600
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