An Animal Rights Poem from

The Roar By Robert Nice, Save the

Silent and serene, bugs fly across the water.
Night is falling and the pond fills with life.
The moon is high in the sky illuminating the scene below.
Amphibians and bugs jump and fly to and fro.

The forest shakes and shudders,
A yellow creature brings the mightiest of trees to their knees.
It reaches the pond and does not stop,
And after it passes, not a being is seen to hop.

The creature is made of Iron and Steel,
It can not think it can not feel.
Those responsible just sit and laugh,
As they stroke their piles of cash.

Save the Frogs

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