You Maybe Wonder?
You maybe wonder how I shake and tremor?
You maybe wonder how I cry in Joy?
But you forgot, perhaps, eons of struggle,
enslavement, prison, humans to destroy?
In agony were crossing we the ages.
Forgotten have we feeling any joys…
All raped and tortured, chattel for the monsters,
killed for our blood, and murdered as sex-toys…
Can you still take it, shall I still remind
the monstrous wars, all our fathers fought,
and husbands, brothers, sons in youth’s blossom,
all sent to death, for serving darkest thought?…
Can you still take it, are you not exhausted
of eons long of tears and despair,
our mothers bitter crying, with no exit,
or chance, or hope, the prison’s lock to tear?…
O, human Mine, you glorious creation
of God, whom monsters wanted to destroy!
Forever lift your head. Dark is defeated.
O, human Mine, begin your dance of Joy!