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From the Publisher

Longtime vegan and animal rights campaigner, Jenny Moxham proudly presents Volume 1 of insightful Animal Rights Poetry.

These 25 poems were written to inspire kindness and compassion for animals and to raise public awareness about the routine suffering inflicted on them at the hands of man. The poems are written in an easy style and will hopefully inspire readers to take up the cause for animals.

Included in this book of poems are the following:
I ONLY SAW HER FOR AN INSTANT
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
WHAT IS BABY DRINKING?
A TIME FOR LOVE
CHRISTMAS LOVE?
CAROLS BY FIREWORKS
COWS GIVE US MILK
BATTERY HEN
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE IT?
ANIMAL LOVERS?
A VOICE FOR THE ANIMALS
CARNIVORE MAN?
DEATH SHIP
DON'T EVER HURT AN ANIMAL
CHRISTMAS NON-SENSE
FREEDOM FOR BIRDS
GUARD DOG
LAND OF THE FREE?
VISIONS OF CHRISTMAS
MEAT IS ME!
DOESN'T TIME FLY!
MOUSEY
PERSONAL CHOICE
THE SLAUGHTERMEN OF BASSATIN
HOW DID WE GET IT WRONG?

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ISBN: 9781466105058
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