Oh thy Romeo I sit before the fire that you shall Embrace the tears that sat before me. I have given all that I can but your darkness continues to flood me with tears. I have given thee the greatest love in thee, As the greatest love in me. Through the darkness of the night, I hold my pillow tight. Oh where, Oh where are thou, my Romeo the flames are outing, And thy heart slowly beats for your return my king. The waters are opening and the trees cries, the mountains are limp. And there are no blue clouds, forsaken thou family tree, believing in thee, oh where, oh where are thou my Romeo. I bond that my dignity would enhance, the prophecies of womanhood. For every breath that I breathe , supplements my conscious of my family tree. Thy word is thy bond which is ordained , within the conscious of thy freedom, to deliver King and Queens. My oath to my God that breathe breath upon my lungs, That nations of my seed shall be loyal upon his words. I sit upon the darkness with child, as you thou Romeo has hidden within the dark, for there shall be no hidden place for thee. As life continues to grow within thy womb. Visioning man theories of what is right. Pleading of a thousand souls, listen as they roam upon the night. Battle cries death to belligerency. The faceless tribes, imbibing the draught of hypocrisy. darkness that sets upon the earth. Oh thy Romeo hear my plead, for I have given all that I can give. You have abandon all my hopes and dreams. Oh where, Oh where are thou, my Romeo.