Treasure Island

Tommy Laster

(Feb 7 1988 / Born In Thomasville Ga Current City: Adel Ga)

Zoo Environment Poem


we cage them so people look in,
give lion meat so cannibal,
fresh fish ship from ocean,
to give to all kind of bears,
lion tigers bears oh my,
lights paid by state,
animals suppose to be free god's idea,
here in america we use them for meat,
torture them so shameful,
zebra with stripes warn of hurt,
locked into the cage,
what if that was us,
couldn't believe it all,
lions can't talk about wrongdoing,
bears can't fish out of ocean,
environment runs off animals revolution,
you can pull the cars pollution,
throw it away,
think about the trees & animals,
welcome to the tune of the zoo.

Submitted: Sunday, September 30, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 01, 2012
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