Many places I have called home
as around the world I roamed.
But none so full of joy for me
as the Tableland Strathbogie.
With mountain forest all around,
wetlands, creeks, rills and swamps abound.
Native animals can thrive here,
Wombat, Platypus we hold dear.
Vicforest loggers habitat deprive.
We fear wildlife won't survive
Koala are less seen today.
Bandicoots all but gone away.
Greater Gliders still here endure,
but our forest is not secure.
Conserve and re-wild what is left.
Or lose all this to future theft.
This week’s d’verse prompt came from Sannaa. Write a poem using the Korean poetic form Kasa.
Thoroughly documented by principal activist Bert Lobert, click the link below to view the remarkable chronicle of the successful local campaign for forest preservation and re-wilding. A golden example of what needs to be happening around the rest of the nation and the globe. .