Saturday, 2 April 2016


Do not mock the scars of he who has braved much conquest

Do not fester the wounds of the man of the forests

Do not crack your nuts on the hunchback

Do not destroy the wheat of another’s winepress

Do not eat your enemy’s dog

Do not kill the flame that gives light to all

Do not spark fires over the heroes’ fears

Do not bypass the signs of danger

Do not mock the hope of a thousand households

Do not fret when your friends desert your presence

Do not sit idly in wait for the sun

Do not curtail the smiles of the faintly