Bron Kozakiewicz

A Nation Of Animal Lovers? - Poem by Bron Kozakiewicz

Some devote their lives to God and to Christ,
But mine is devoted to animal rights.
Some people don't think animals have any rights,
But then some think rights are only for whites.
Well I'm not interested in human rights,
They can sort that out for themselves.
The only rights I'm concerned with,
Are for the poor creatures that man puts through hell.
Why are the lab's surrounded by fences,
All topped with razor sharp wire?
Because they know if the truth is found out,
They'll all be exposed as liars.
When children are small they are given toy chicks,
But what the adults don't tell them is that,
On a real chicken farm, with real fluffy chicks,
The male ones are automatically gassed.
When we see a vision of a beautiful stag,
We say "what a lovely sight",
But what can we say when the hounds
Rip out his throat and leave him devoid of all life?
In the wild we have foxes all fiery and red,
But some won't be happy until they're all dead.
So they chase them with hounds until they can run no more,
And tear them apart with so much pain and such gore.
Now tell me an animal has no rights,
And believe me, You've taken on a hell of a fight.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 20, 2012

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