Oh beautiful and serene Kae,
Celestial beauty in one spark.
I don’t know if I can repay,
What you’ve granted my aching heart.
Taste the blood of those who wronged you,
On the ground by me they’d be pinned.
Of the event I’d be fond too,
Punishing them for how they’ve sinned.
Desecrating her sanctity,
A crime punishable by death.
It’s something I would pay to see,
To witness or cause their last breath.
How can I make you comprehend?
I’d honestly savor the day,
To witness the death of all men,
Who’ve looked in an unsav’ry way.
Nothing unusual or cruel,
In the atonement of the crime,
Of the ignoramus or fool,
Who mistreats the woman that’s mine.
And I vow that I will leave sore,
Any poor fuckwit of a man,
Who slights the woman I adore,
Even if with just a wrong glance.
To anyone who disrespects,
The goddess’s incarnation,
The woman I‘ve sworn to protect,
I wish the abomination:
Castration without sedation,
Their soul’s eternal damnation,
The lashings of flagellation,
And public humiliation.