Only the marine life knows secrets of the ocean,
How freezing cold nights always are,
How alluring is the bait of the fisherman,
Only they can tell how the anchor goes far.

Only the wildlife knows secrets of the forest,
Only they know how strong is the current.
Sharpness of the axe known only to the tree,
In drought they know how it's hard to grow free.

Only the night knows the secrets of the dark,
How the thick darkness dares horrific.
Only the night can count the stars,
And tell how bright the moon really is.

Only the grave knows the cries of the dead,
Only it knows silence of the fallen.
Knows the soul of the departed,
The pain is known only to the gravestone.