Monday, 23 April 2012

Lines dedicated to the traditional food-harvesting methods of the Inuits of Western Greenland, and the conflicts arising therefrom with modern Western opinion of the aforementioned cultural acts

I do not actually know if the title of this poem is longer than the poem itself... Anyway, it's mine. Enjoy.


Lines dedicated to the traditional food-harvesting methods of the Inuits of Western Greenland, and the conflicts arising therefrom with modern Western opinion of the aforementioned cultural acts





by





Damon Lord





There once were whale hunters


Up in Disko Bay.


They hunted whales and seals


Every single day.


A Greenpeace activist


Sabotaged their boat.


They caught the long-haired hippie


And slit the bastard's throat.