We marched from caves and reached skyscrapers,
Among those bricks and roads, we feel so far from home.
The frustrated dry clouds do not cry for any of us
We now forget how to smile back to the skies
Tall stands the civilization blocking away air, suffocating us
draining out colors of our souls, evaporating! Leaving us gray
Cars drive fast, faster than they should, too fast for us
The leaves no longer whisper to our souls, reminding us of life
We stand quietly frightened, unable to speak
Unable to comprehend, to protest
People talk loudly, argue intensely
we no longer hear the wind howl
Only angry horns, choking Earth’s breeze
We weep, for the tree massacres,
And the flowers growing too weary, surrendering
As we stand quietly frightened, unable to speak..