The sun threw its rays in the day
Touched my nape but neglect to warm the Me.
Dewed it is now that its late
Too many of its ray I tend to feel.
The moon get brighter than ever,
Too much I began to wander.
I could see much from afar yonder
May all night be like this, forever.
In the moonlit noon rays touches my heart
Out here my feet on the cold earth
Near a river creek
Longing for relief and peace.
I see the water stirs
From a point out of the still
The sudden flutters like as being
Is this my beckoning?
Shall I find a dome to hide?
Alas, out of the water a saw arise
A monster I thought
Will it chase if I run?
I saw it thrives for life
But I'm not free of harm
I'd fetch Our Pa who might lend a arm
This saw-fish has ruined my sneaky night
Be it whale, it will bleed a lake tonight
It took the wrong turn, and found its white light
Here again by the river bank
Certain times as years has passed
Sun still smite my nape
I am yet to be another free negro slave
All I have is a faint smile on my lover's face
And a saw-fish tooth as a necklace.