Once we were apes. Our father.
Twice, he lived in the woods.
He wore leaves as hoods
And also our mother,
Her arms were strong.
But this rite has gone wrong
We peeling off the skin that covered us for long.
Concealing our true faces after for us the foundation has been laid. The broods,
Killed our roots. We murder
In the name of change, where we belong.
This new dawn is dark, falsehoods.
We can’t go back. We can’t go further.
We still don’t bother
Until we drown in the throng.