The indigenous savage, monogamous and pure,

Untainted by profane excess and allure,

His virtues of benevolence, amity and ethic,

In favour of gluttony and rotten aesthetics.

 

The ravenous thirst of civilisation,

An affair with greed, the immortal damnation,

Seduced by the frivolous pursuit of bliss,

When did opulence eclipse, condemn and dismiss

 

the morality of the primitive jungle?,

Albeit dense with anguish, ordeal and struggle,

Yet boundless from society’s scrupulous regime.

A dynasty free from indulgent prestige.