Two News Stories

 

The Tillamook Monster

A hunter

from Oregon

(at 66, past

his own prime,

and so envious

of the power,

beauty,

virility,

of another,)

shoots

a magnificent

bull elk,

(nine feet tall,

standing,)

with his nasty,

little bow

and arrow,

(to inflict

maximum pain,

and slow,

slow death,

on his better,

his perceived

rival).

 

Unable

to track down

his fatally

wounded victim

in the dark,

(a father

of young ones,

a protector

of doting cows,

a forest-edge feeder

of grasses, plants,

leaves and bark,)

he plans

to return

the next morning

for an unholy Sunday

with the landowner,

in the hope

of dispatching

this brave heart

survivor.

 

He finds

the panting,

wounded bull,

at 9.15am –

a broken arrow

still in his neck,

the splintered shards

cutting, severing

like glass.

 

In a rare

moment

of Natural

Justice,

the dying elk

sees him,

and rises

to his feet again;

he charges

at Mark David,

goring him

in the neck,

making

a mirror wound,

with his

antlers!

 

Despite

the landowner’s attempt

to help the hunter

(not the elk notably,)

the killer dies,

sustaining

“fatal injuries.”

 

Mark David

pierced the neck

of a bull elk.

The bull elk

gored the neck

of Mark David.

 

Oregon State Police

(learning nothing)

kill the dying bull,

cutting up, hacking at

his perfect body,

to feed to the prisoners

at Tillamook

County Jail.

 

Their petty revenge,

following their

“investigation.”

 

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/oregon-hunter-killed-elk-shot-081325744.html

 

The sinking of the Gulf ‘Livestock’ 1

Five

thousand

thousand

thousand

thousand

thousand!

Eight

hundred

hundred

hundred

hundred

hundred

hundred

hundred

hundred

young

“cattle”

died

this week,

in a mass

sinking.

Trapped in

a “hold,”

unable

to escape,

to swim,

to struggle free,

the waters

rising –

till healthy

lungs filled,

to bursting.

These gentle

brothers who

were never destined

(in the Divine Mind)

to be ‘meat’

to be sea cows

…drowned.

The coastguard,

global press,

shipping company

politicians

only concerned

about the

forty two

human crew.

 

‘Food’ for

deepest

thought…

 

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/cargo-ship-43-crew-6-074132477.html

 

Heidi Stephenson


By Heidi Stephenson

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One Response to Two News Stories

  1. Edward P Johnston says:

    Heidi Stephenson has researched and artfully related two (2) remarkable stories.
    First summary, then details with a click.
    Half a century ago in High School I wrote a story for the local paper on the absurdity
    of a local custom – Deer Hunting. Resulting in some threatening calls to my mom from hunters!
    The Elk Story reminds me of that now, and with the ability to reach a larger audience, may it bring awareness and change.

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