It seems as though you are referring to the young teenager who simply wanted education for girls - not only for boys - and was shot for her broad-mindedness.
You describeher would-be killers and fellow-kinsmen as having "hollow-hearted darkness of brains".
I like the comparison of the girl "with soul so mature,brain so mature" to those "who are slaves to their narrow ideology."
The third verse is ironic in that the men who are so strong (in their hatred), are actually afraid when a girl "does nothing but speak of equality."
To my mind, and the author's, the country of the protagonists has been terrorized for too long "By hollow hearted men who believe hatred is the answer"
The enigmatic "Will clouds gather to wash the streets with clean rain?", to my mind, will not happen, unfortunately - so deeply do the men love to hate.
The poem, if I have interpreted it correctly, is non-fiction. It is based on a recent, horrific incident. Let us hope that "humanities child, who now suffers in pain," will eventually live a normal life, and above all, be educated.
A caring and true poem about a topical incident. It is clearly written, in free verse, To some people (including me) this poem is very meaningful and sad.
PS: Please le me know whether I am on the right track or whether you meant to convey something else.