Tripartition Part 3

When trees burn, they leave the smell of heartbreak in the air.”

Jodi Thomas

Quatrain: Ent no escape

As the fire burns
The trees stand tall
They cannot run
They can only fall


Lune: goodbye mother nature

‘I have nothing left’
scorned lovers
smouldering farewell


…Tripartition 3

The anticipated collapse came, whose imminence shocked the forests, which fell like a house of straw to an unassailable wind.
Disorder swept the land, inhabitants driven from the comfort and security of their homes. Fear blazed like an inferno.
The consuming darkness fared no better. Homeless, unbalanced, resorted to cannibalize expendable extremities in the hope of survival.
The three, forgotten, their ideology lost to time, along with the knowledge that their souls paved the path of return, a journey no longer possible to traverse.

The doomsday clock’s tick is deafening. We have stopped burying the dead, the world is a graveyard.

May the fallen three,
Understanding, appreciation, and respect,
rest in peace.


Into the fray, nothing in our way
Transgress for progress, demand to expand
Due is the day, and the bill to pay


137 different species of plants, animals, and birds are lost every single day due to global forest loss.

(RainTree)

diversity misdirected

Over 1,000 flavours of ice cream
Over 2,000 models of aeroplane
Over 10,000 models of gun
Over 33,000 television stations
Over 40,000 models of mobile phone
Over 280,000 models of car
Over
Over
Over


In total, 1 million of an estimated 8 million animal and plant species worldwide are threatened with extinction as a result of habitat loss, exploitation of nature, climate change, pollution, and invasive alien species

(Yale)

One link
Does not
Make
A chain

we are all in this together

we are all in this together

we are all in this together


36 thoughts on “Tripartition Part 3

  1. “The doomsday clock’s tick is deafening. We have stopped burying the dead, the world is a graveyard.”

    This is a striking image, mouse. It really resonated with me today as I read it. Excellent work.

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  2. This whole post is profound, startling, frightening. It truly is an inconvenient truth. When will we wake up? I’m not ready to give up on mankind nor those three pillars of understanding, appreciation, and respect for our planet!

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    1. Thank you.
      Some say it’s already too late. I want to be hopeful but what I see on a daily basis doesn’t inspire much confidence.

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    1. Another great limerick 👍
      The 7 moves video was fascinating. The whole looking glass project. The fact that the ending, good or bad, is inevitable is a scary prospect.

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      1. Thanks! They practically wrote themselves, entirely inspired by your posts.
        That video gave me chills. I need to research looking glass and star gates… The inevitability of what’s fated is liberating but also makes me wonder about free will and the impact of our choices. Can we change anything by changing ourselves?
        It feels like good changes are coming.

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      2. I honestly thought they were previous works from your blog.
        The video touched on that. The choices we make can alter, and delay or prolong but we are still heading to the same end game.
        I have to look into this more as well. Fascinating stuff.

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