Last night I had a nightmare,
a nightmare I could not bear.
They took me like they did you,
and there was nothing I could do.
No one knew they were coming,
how awful the world was becoming.
We stayed where we are,
as we had no where to go afar.
But I got a sense they were approaching.
they were soon encroaching.
They charged in with machine guns,
“Into a line!” they dunned.
We were like sheep,
in the corner I weep.
The wolves hunted us down,
and the rest didn’t make a sound.
A million possibilities flashed past my mind.
Fear is all I had felt,
and it swallowed me from inside.
Clutching on to my father’s hand,
I fulfilled their every demand.
With a startle,
I didn’t want to evoke.
My night terrors were just the tip,
of the iceberg ****** emit.
The sensation I was exposed to,
to this hostility,
is nothing compared
to how you were bared.
Bare of your dignity,
along with everyone else in the vicinity.
Bare of your freedom,
like a prisoner in a kingdom.
Bare of your esteem,
A monster, you were deemed.
How I never wanted to experience,
the result an evil influence.
But knowledge we seek,
from its original source,
we attempt to reap.
We say we comprehend,
but the time is misspent.
For we try and try to understand,
but we never will,
we never can.