Contessa ELinor De Torri Hudson

(Bryson, North Carolina, USA)

Wildlife Lament - Poem by Contessa ELinor De Torri Hudson

Everytime you destroy a forest with axe and knife
You destroy endangered species, precious wildlife
When you want only cut a beautiful tree
Animals loose their habitat, in terror flee.
In vain they seek shelter, new food supply.
There is nothing for them to do but die.
Stop these life threatening acts, Do not wait
It is their Home. Stop before it's Too Late


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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