last moon

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Somewhere, Sometimes - V

    

FITH SCENE
 (The King Gonario, as a ghost,  appears on stage and solemnly recite   the song of Akinta Qamar. It encloses the very meaning of the drama and will continue until the closing of the curtain).

  AKINTA QAMAR’S Song

Do not forget my sons
 Those ancient laws
That came long time ago from the sea
And of your mothers
Who rest under the grass!

Go, go, go
Go and love each others
Sons of the Earth
Where women
Are free to love anyone
And men
Do not want to master them!


The waters of the sources
Of the Earth
Have done a long march
Through the subterranean veins:
the water itself it’s only
the visible part.
The same thing happens with the men
 When they are born:
they are only the visible part
which we can see
of our ancestors!

 Do not forget my sons
 Those ancient laws
That came long time ago from the sea
And of your mothers
Who rest under the grass!


Sixth Scene
All the People celebrate the victory of love over the hate with the dance of the Last Moon!


The End

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