I thought we were all the same once, but now I’m not so sure.
For I live in a jungle that you made, that shouldn’t be, by nature or law.
I have another sea to fear now, of tarpaulin, and rags and frost.
I always thought I knew myself, but now all I am is lost.
We didn’t want to come here, but regardless we lost your war,
And now we roam inbetween your lands, for the freedom our hearts yearn for.
A place to live as people do, not as hidden, shameful truths.
I thought we were all just sapiens, humans in their youth.
Our time on earth is nothing, if we can’t even survive our own.
I guess we're all just sapiens, born to live and die alone.