As a new born baby I grinned,
After all, changing atmosphere to the world outside was never thought as green!
Added to the life I breed is an unusual coolness,
breeze blows all around in fullness.
A Triple up to the years, I had grown,
left to the memories were days I used to crawl; even when the pain around my knees never made me groan.
More to the years, alphabet turned my hubby;
The states and capitals I traveled to in classes held at school have made me grown chubby.
At Six, I became desirar of so many dreams;
But to achieve this, education is a realm.
The most important element of life I had was bravery!
Alas! For not far from these days, Father sold me out to slavery.
Within me, I had my glossy crystal of choice
But my tongue was still unripe to let out a discerning voice.
Hope and dreams shattered at a tender age,
I sigh solemnly as they rejoice to my broken future all in the name of a marriage.
The Man of black heart that paid my bride price flaunts a promise,
a promise not to pluck my flourishing flower was a demise.
Daggered my heart!
When in the wake of the morning, the red blood from my pant had stained the earth!
In desolate I wail in tears for years,
as my reflection in a mirror spears
four decades, the blood shade on my gown never wears!
Fire in my bone!
My joy, my aspiration, my dignity, all lone!
Will I in sadness forever bow?
Saviour, where art thou?