This sculptural poem investigates the power of language as a container of emotions and memories. The text is an ambiguous word that could be interpreted in different ways based on the subjectivity of the viewer. An attempt at finding the “more in less”. Also suggesting the fractured nature of language, the words are broken/interrupted at seemingly random but very intentional points. It plays with the multiple meanings of the word “naturalized” to explore the process of naturalization that immigrants experience to become citizens of a country. It grapples with the question that if after becoming a citizen one is naturalized, was one unnatural before? Scorching refers to cremation rites and death. It is about giving up one identity and taking on another. The scorched wood also suggests themes of nature and natural disasters.