I was forced to fly the jet I didn’t want to,
But what could I do, for I had promised to,
Never turn back, never step back,
The moment I am called by my flag
I knew I was in a flying coffin
Even knowing this I didn’t let my resolve soften,
I knew that I may never return
But that wasn’t even my concern
I was a sparrow compared to my enemy, who was lethal,
Never mind, I fought like an eagle,
I was hit, and so was my enemy,
I may have fallen, but not my integrity.
They found me, lynched me, took me away,
For the entire world, I was put on display,
They questioned me, interrogated me,
But I stood upright, without bending my knee.
Don’t be afraid for me,
For either way, a hero I’ll be,
I beg of you, please don’t demoralize me,
I fighting here for you, not for me.
If warmongering is responsible for my condition,
Was then, peace responsible for the 40 CRPF personnel?
Don’t use our name to advocate your thoughts,
For peacetime has seen more loss.
I may or may not return,
But wait, first play your political turn,
Nevertheless, do remember me,
Never forgive, never forget, you are their target, not me!