My speech for freedom was a success,
and thank darkness for a cloudy night.
For I could not afford a single soul to see my face as I stood,
de-masked above a dying crowd.
I roared about the actions necessary,
should we desire an end prettier than the starving crows…
though thus urging riot I simultaneously guaranteed a revolutionary’s final date with my counterpart’s sharp claws.
It seems to me that the powers which confine us,
are afraid as wild youth as it nears its end.
Natural life will always be the outcome.
What is up has got to fall; and isn’t that sometimes a reason to be quiet?
When one whose life is so alight that they react to their ‘nurture’,
they will burn a fire in the hearts of dead-men walking.
How this army will march united… I wish I live to see.
So that my eyes may dry and hate subside –
my axe no longer need divide,
my self in two as one who raises freedom and beheads it all the same.
My axe chips as does my soul whenever a revolutionary’s crippled.
This is how an executioner prays:
EVADE SOCIETY’S AXES AND BRING LIFE BACK TO ALL MY DYING PEOPLE!