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The BLACK Horizon

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The BLACK Horizon

 

The Babylonian whore is dripping with lust

Her hips are gyrating with each frantic thrust

Pumping her lubricant up though a crack

B P is the fall guy taking the flack

 

Birds of a feather soiled with the oil

Perfect white beaches, stained now and soiled

Fire on the water, fumes in the air

Toxins keep rising, too much to bear

 

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Humans: the race that plagues the Earth

You see the USA and UK
Having pride for our race
When really, we are a disgrace
But the truth always is the hardest thing to face

We hurt the world that gave us life
Proving our greed has no price
We are a plague upon the earth
Taking it for all that it is worth
Money comes before conservation
Because nothing is worth it, without gaining a sum
Disguising our greed as caring for what's ...

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Murray River

That first time I sensed you at the old Tocumwal railway bridge,

I peered out the window like a child

at the window of a lolly shop,

It was night,

I could barely see your glittering reflections

In the darkness, your breeze surrounded

My face with a scent of fresh cool water

And a hint of parched eucalypt

 

When I returned you welcomed me

like a fostering mother,

So...

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For the Corncrakes Sake and Mankinds

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The corncrake has been saved more or less by efforts of the "Save the Corncrake" movement in Ireland, and the RSPB in the UK. The bird, its distinctive sound once common, is now only in a few hinterlands, one of the main ones in the callowlands around Banagher in County Offaly, and down into Lusmagh and also Meelick and Clonfert in neighbouring Galway, where the overflows of the R...

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