A university, indeed universal
World, where all craziness utters
In its own barbaric good manners.
Keeping the flame of hostility,
Friendship convey it’s meaning
A universal world, where youth display uncultured.
Barbaric is all its display.
Defamation of his father’s origin.
The conquest of wariness encounter.
Where ladies expose their pride,
And men lack their own cultural heritage,
leaving nothing for beauty to tell,
With its patient and favour of all.
May the old days climb it high mountain,
paving its mannerism into its youth, in the discourse of life
When man has bastardized its way
With the influence of their master colonial.
I call on you, old days to come with your culture,
and place your utmost mannerism, and
en-culture the youth of our days.
For the old days himself,
will come in its peak
And I wait patiently,
For this days of acculturation.