As the gentle giants swim through the sea, Not expecting a thing, A sharp metal object is heading their way, And they feel a sharp sting.
They don't know what happened, But they feel a lot of pain, The innocent creatures, Are pulled up by a chain.
Now they've figured it out, They know what's going on, A whaling harpoon has hit them, A massive violent gun.
As they're pulled up to the whaling ship, Their condition deteriorates, They get weaker and weaker, They're in a terrible state.
The last thing they see, Just before they die, Is the satisfied look, In the fisherman's eye.
I hope this proves, How cruel whaling is, Well how would you like it, If you were treated like this?
A view of a cat
- by Stephanie58
I sleep on your bed, making it my own, and and when you are away, I'm at home all alone. I walk around the food bowl, sniffing out what's there, and if there's nothing good, I I look at you and stare. I curl up near the fire place warming up my paws, I pounce upon the scratch post, sharpening my claws. I see a mouse in front staring straight at me, I run and try to catch it but it runs away from thee. You see I am so cute, so gorgeous with my fur, when you stroke my head I close my eyes and purr.
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