Redemption has been long in coming
Seated on the pews, hope, fulfillment and destiny
Bow, bow now dear dummy, it’s your final walk
Wave your goodbyes; it’s your final passing
Tears of fears, we’ve wiped off
The many scars have faded
You retire, here we sit gratified.
Redemption has been long in coming, welcome to the unveiling.
It’s a new dawn, the knots of the banes of life untwisted.
Clarity dazzles as she takes her rightful spot,
Ipseity comes out of hiding, the welcome is rapturous.
A sense of relief! A moment of acceptance.
A masterpiece is outdoor-ed, one that has been in the works for many a moon.
Admired by all, she makes her grandiose entrance
Bidding goodbye to the impediments, they’ve been blown asunder,
The cracks have given in, and the moulding of guise breaks off.
She stands faultless, and we all ponder,
In the end, when we are laid to rest, what will remain?
Is this life worth living if ipseity is in chains,
In the end, when we take our last breath, what will remain?
Is the legacy acknowledged or is the memory slain,
In the end, when we lie on death’s bed, what have we left for all to gain?
Footprints of great doings, an infamous name, or will our ipseity be gone with the wind?
The unveiling has been long overdue,
The inside and the outside, both in sync
Fainthearted not anymore, a broken shell
Hear that mighty roar, the unveiling is complete, the mask finally fell.
Redemption has been long in coming,
The unveiling is a feeling of emancipation.