Whales: An Innocent Death

Whales: An Innocent Death By Chelsie Woodhead! This poem can be used to exhibit how sure animals have turn out to be endangered.

  • How are they being hunted?
  • Who is doing the hunting?
  • Why are they being hunted?

The closing query is no longer answered in this mentor text, however, it ought to be brought as any other stanza. Choose an animal you like that is endangered, and begin via jotting down solutions to the preceding questions. Then commence filling in the template.

 

Whales: An Innocent Death

As the gentle giants swim through the sea,
Not expecting a thing,
A sharp metal object is heading their way,
And they feel a sharp sting.
They don’t know what happened,
But they feel a lot of pain,
The innocent creatures,
Are pulled up by a chain.
Now they’ve figured it out,
They know what’s going on,
A whaling harpoon has hit them,
A massive violent gun.
As they’re pulled up to the whaling ship,
Their condition deteriorates,
They get weaker and weaker,
They’re in a terrible state.
The last thing they see,
Just before they die,
Is the satisfied look,
In the fisherman’s eye.
I hope this proves,
How cruel whaling is,
Well how would you like it,
If you were treated like this?

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Whales: An Innocent Death

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