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The Genocide
by A B Kakos

Thursday, March 22, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Author notes #2
Isn't it sad, That mankind has declared war on a beautiful animal like the Wolf? Throughout time this magnificent creature has been misread,blasphamied and hunted just because he does what is necessary to survive. They are a true ly social animal, that mates for life with intelligence, beauty and social infrastructure.


The Genocide

How can we abide a wolf genocide?
How can man justify punching Mother Nature in the eye?
How can Alaskaís government say itís fair
to hunt these beautiful creatures from the air

As insane and ludicrous as it may seem
They justify genocide to reign supreme.
Falling prey to the hunterís dollar and sport
To this the State of Alaska has no retort.

For centuries upon centuries the wolf has survived
Hunting Elk, Moose , and Caribou to feed their tribe.
Their only enemy that they avoid when they can
Is the two legged gunman they know as Man.

So run majestical beauties and hide in your caves
Donít let the gunman get what he craves
For these terrible men donít fight fair,
They will shoot you on the run from the air.

Authers Note: What right does man have to be proclaimed the only hunter in the forest?
Wolves and Bears have been doing it for milleniums, just to survive and feed their families.
Man does it for fur, horns, heads, sport,The Almighty Dollar, and pleasure of killing the biggest and the best. I ask you which is the more noble Hunter?


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Reviewed by Jeff Mason 3/24/2007
I say we hunt the hunters - turn the tables. Good sentiment here. -- Jeff
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/22/2007
A crime, to be sure: powerfully stated, well done! Not just the wolves, but all creatures are in iminent danger of being extinct, because of mankind's greed and wanton violence.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

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