Many humans are monsters.
> I have no problem toward any expression of
> idealism, positive or otherwise. It is a poem of
> despair; should we not despair how the human being
> has overtaken the planet? I see many instances of
> population increase. I have lived my life in my
> present area since 1974, except for one year up
> north and 8 months in another part of the state
> where I live. Progress is a human word. Ask all of
> the animals and the trees whether they thought
> progress of humanity was a positive dispensation
> of territorialism? Where are the thriving
> creatures? I suppose most of them lay on the roads
> Is it too much to ask: where does the natural
> realm run to hide from humankind? Into the roads,
> I suspect. And there they lay, bound forever in
> this human world of progress!!
> I don't believe that some folk actually care about
> the lives of nature, as long as money keeps coming
> in to satiate their need for more money. No animal
> in the wild gets a hearing from humankind. There
> is very few advocates that notice the death toll
> of innocent creatures that we are responsible to
> care for.
> Oh well, I said my peace.
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