Friday December 1st 2006
A report in the New’s this Morning informing us that two
Animal rights movement members, were elected to Holland’s Parliament.
Informing the media, that there first action will be to prosecute,
On behalf of Battery Hen’s for,
Judge James bullock opened the proceedings,
Addressing the court said,
Their will be no long winded speeches or Rabbiting on
Trying to Worm your way into my good Bucks.
Introducing himself to the court Samuel F. Hare. QC,
Said! all we are doing is trying to Steer the Jury In the right direction my Lord.
As I am sure that my learned friend wishes to do the same.
Jeffery John Deer Q.C. came to his feet and said, my Lord,
I have no intention of trying to Worm my way into your affection.
Calling their first witness, .
A small Pigeon chested man,
In an old Dog eared suit took the stand. and gave his evidence.
Next witness was a little old lady
Who had been Badgered by the rights movement for years,
For breeding Dogs in Rat infested and unhygienic conditions,
Under pressure from the prosecution,
The Crocodile tears were soon flowing like a river.
After all the Horsing around and the Crowing on about chickens.
The case couldn't have been conducted in an Otter atmosphere.
Summing up the case the Judge found in favour of the
Battery Hen’s owners
Who commented, we’ve been spitting feathers over this,
We are of course egg-static at the outcome.
The Defence were confident that they had Sealed the case.
We’ve been Badgered by the Judge and Out Foxed by the Defence
It’s a Cat-Astrophy
The battery Hen’s lawyers protested, they should be charged.
I say again a,
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem