HUNTING HUNTERS

I met a hen

Who asked God when

He will drag hawk to the den

Of a famished lion

And I went like huh?

II

I also met a cock

Who hated occasional clock

And asked God when

He will extinct all men

And I went like huh?

III

I met a sheep

Who needed to its young keep

And asked God when

He will destroy all its hunters

And I went like huh?

IV

I was told by a fish in the sea

That it wants to hold the key

To the doors of the sea

And extinct all harmers

And I went like huh?

V

Now humans do say

They want to an assassin pay

So as to like a goat slay

The dreary death and make it pay

For all the living it hunts

And I go like huh?

VI

Creation is a staircase of survival

The upper looks and chases the lower to live

If a haunting hunter hunts a hungry hunter

Just because it falls in the line of its game

Forgetting he hunts more harmless hunters

 I will always go like huh?

Amoafowaa Sefa Cecilia (c) 2016

Image: themoonshineranch.com

10 thoughts on “HUNTING HUNTERS

  1. :0) In this world one creature must die so another can live. In the U.S. there are so many people now who are very separated from that basic reality. They think all the meat they consume magically appears in the store and they imagine themselves above ever ‘harming an animal’. So many things they say make me say ‘huh?’. lol This is a great poem.

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      1. “Animal rights” are the big thing now. It’s fashionable to criticize how animals are euthanized and I wonder where they think they will house and feed all those unwanted pets? Of course, they do so while they munch down a Big-Mac and then vehemently defend the ‘right’ of women to abort their unborn children. Being so separated from nature is really bad for human beings. Forgive me Lord, I call them citytards.

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