Joseph Narusiewicz

Gold Star - 6,159 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Where Is The Outcry - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz

Leave your dog without water or food
They call the cops on you for cruelty to animals
They don’t even let cattle graze
We feed them corn and create salmonella
Stuck in pens full of feces
Chickens in pens so crowded
Chickens with growth hormones
Chickens with broken bones from quick weight gain
Lets get back to free range chickens

Where is the outcry?

Pigs are smarter than dogs
Some never even stand up and are baby machines
Horrible cruelty to animals
Where is the Christian outrage?

Where is the outcry?

We take wetlands
We poison rivers and kill fish
We poison waters with chemicals
We kill Gods creation with abuse

Where is the outcry?

We ruin forests
Change salmon streams
Take billions of years of nature away
Where is the voice of the church?
Are we not tender’s of the garden?

Where is the outcry?

Species disappearing everyday
Zoo’s becoming the new animal sanctuaries
Everything becoming fenced in
Cruelty to animals in a totally industrialized way
Systemized death

Where is the outcry?

Fat cat mega churches with prosperity messages
Obese children with white flower from cereal industries
Cheap low nutrition food from the food industry
Money, money and more money
Lawyers and fake scientist backing big business
Government in bed with corporate greed
Ethics drowned in sick wealth
Religions used for phony political ends
Global warming denied
Ruin our rivers and oceans, our fields and forests

Where is the outcry?

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Comments about Where Is The Outcry by Joseph Narusiewicz

  • Norman F. Santos (12/17/2011 1:08:00 AM)


    This is beautiful. I hope I have met the right sublime message. Either way, I had lived in between these lines. Thank you to your poetry (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 17, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 17, 2011


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