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Dear Kind Sir,
Who gave you the right to take a life?
If you believe we are one
Would you murder something yourself
I mean who gave you the right
To eat your neighbor
Because your stronger,
Think your smarter
We kill 90 billion animals a year
Do you understand
what that does to the environment
On a planet that is alive
Don't you think
Thou shall not kill
Was a commandment for a reason
Don't you hear the cries
Of dolphins, calves, horses and more
innocently pushed to the knife
To be "humanly" slaughtered
Just because those murderous houses are out of site
Doesn't your heart and soul
Emphasize with the cries
Where did you get that right
To decide if something lives or dies
On creatures who have no voice
And your not just eating the cost of a life
But the cost on the environment
Pools of blood so big
We don’t know what do
Feeding animals we kill
Over children who are starving
In a day were we are shifting
Realizing our unity
Feeling each others hearts
Starting to become more sensitive
To the rights of others
Lets respect the right for all species
It’s ego to think you are above something
Thats linear living which is dualistic
To move into peace and harmony
We must respect the trees
Honor the voiceless
Find the love in yourself
And please Consider Not Eating
Murdered animal corpuses
Remember Americans thought it was okay to kill Native Americans
Germans thought it was okay to kill Jews
We will soon find out that killing animals is just this.