There are two windows in front of me.
One is closed, the other is open;
a thought comes to me . . .
̈Is this fair? ̈
One will always choose freedom rather than remain
as a prisoner gleans to this opportunity for freedom.
But it's not freedom; they'll always be haunted.
Only escaping penalties for actions committed
and so closing true freedom for them and others.
̈Or is this unfair? ̈
To accept remaining is to rob freedom from the conscience,
to cover the eyes of a child, blinding them to their dreams and
to open nothing but a dismal path, dreary, and wants of life.
No reason would ever explain, ̈What. We. Do. Truly. ̈
I ́m a voice that had an idea about this with no reason
to only leave a foundation for the question at hand.
Now there is one question left ̈which one is right . . . ̈