A Crude Wildlife Funeral Eulogy

A Crude Wildlife Funeral Eulogy


by A Truth Soldier

It was a very somber day.

The media continuously reported the events that led to the death of wildlife.

There was no long funeral procession in the Gulf of Mexico,

of whales, sharks, and dolphins, the fishes and birds did not attend either.

Their was only the human animal that could show up for the funeral but they did not choose to attend. They were to concerned about using up the fuel in their fuel tanks

and they could not bare the crude stink of death in the air at the funeral.

Someone had the idea of lighting up an eternal black flame in memory of the death of wildlife.

This eternal flame would bring a dark cloud over the whole planet and choke out the air

and sunlight that this last remaining animal needed to survive.

At the wake it was announced that all the wildlife died the most excruciating death.

They choked and died in a black sea of slimy black crude.

It was a very slow and painful death.

The wildlife was buried in this black crude of death.

Few spoke kindly of the memory of how the wildlife lived free and wild.

How the wildlife never did any harm to anyone.

No one spoke of the slow death of wildlife that had been coming on for years.

For the few that attended the funeral were the ones that were part of the cause of the death

of the wildlife.

Those that attended the funeral were very somber

for they realized that they were in deed attending their own eulogy.

For without wildlife it was guaranteed that they would also soon die.

There was only one crude black tear shed. The tear came from heaven for God was crying.

God saw that his creation had received a mortal wound and the very blood of the core of the earth is gushing from a vital artery puncture.

The doctors that have previously covered the Gulf of Mexicos’ bed with many man made arteries were unable to stop the massive bleeding. They knew that the patient would not survive.

Please read “God is crying” and read about the tears of a native Mi’kmaq elder in “My Vision Quest”



A Crude Wildlife Funeral Eulogy.pdf

afterlife in the gulf of mexico


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