Assad Cina





Day light is leaving the land

With pain and looking back

They leave their home, never to retune.

Day light escape,

With pain, the pain from loving,

With sadness, the sadness of death overhanging,

The ground on fire,

Daylight and life leave through the mountains.

The intersection ever changing lines of journey-

To leave for life, for freedom.

Constantly turning around, looking back,

With the jungle on fire.

The smoke from burning bodies,

With revenge on their minds,

They leave their garden to the evil,

Leave their home to the enemy.

With pain, daylight is leaving their loved ones

To the monster.

Far away in the land of no one,

Where they are no one.

They leave their home to the invader,

For the monster to take life,

Imprison and destroy light.