Horrible Beast - Poem by spiritual seeker
The saliva of sparrows we boiled and slurped,
Fins of sharks we ate that thousands were slaughtered,
Bile of bears we drank and thousands more had suffered,
Paws and bones of tigers we eagerly searched.
Not to forget the tusks of elegant elephants and horns of rhinos,
All these only for the sake of our ego and libidos,
That these beautiful animals suffered and cease to exist,
Tell me! Are we mankind or horrible beast?
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