During the decade that just ended (2010-2019), the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) declared the extinction of 160 species.
With my swanky crest swaying light,I wandered around spanning my wider wings.The dense woods that turned my surreal true,Was the space I'd always got through.Never had I imagined to go out of wild's glue!It's because of this man'kind' - huh?I fell under the undeserving list of red,Heavy my soul is, to leave this world,This earth... Continue Reading →
Albatrosses are masters of soaring flight, able to glide over vast tracts of ocean without flapping their wings. So fully have they adapted to their oceanic existence that they spend the first six or more years of their long lives (which last upwards of 50 years) without ever touching land.
In the mist of dreams the touch of your skin is tinder igniting a flare becoming a flame. Your eyes seek out the savage in me. Here we are still lovers and like starving animals we devour each other with weak bites never completely consuming one another. Like an animal