I am who I am, human,

Why can't you get that?

Don't you realise why?

To do this is my destiny,

No, not destiny, responsibility,

It's not some act of revenge or jealousy against Karkarott as so many think,

I do this because I must,

Over and over again I see my father's face dancing in my head,

He tells me of my heritage,

That it is my duty to uphold it,

Then I see my defeats,

So many and so huge,

They stamp on my efforts,

Beat at my body,

Spit on my honour and pride,

I owe it to him, myself and all my family,

Why don't you understand, woman?

A part of you does,

Doesn't it?

Yet your eyes accuse me still.