Defending Animals - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
Have you too heard a bird sing in wild?
(Nightingale, canary and so on)
Have you too touched the eggs of crow and the owl?
Have you too seen jackal and the fox aim for hunt?
What about the love-bird in deserts of Chaco?
No dear, you have had your yoghurt in the cup
Not in a skin bag and or in the clay pot
You don’t know the shepherd that takes the animals
To mountains and the hills and plains
To come back with sunset, heavenly his sky
You who talks behind a podium’s microphone,
Don’t speak of the world of the poor animals
Your wisdom, though soothing, is close to a fart.
And your life
All of you go to hell
Even though you try to be nice.
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