NYSC’S CALL PART 2 – BY EMMANUEL IKOROMASOMA

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People have started getting along

Others jugging into a relationship

I don’t have a guy or a girl

Is now one of our favorite lies.

Most of the girls and guys claim

To be Christians and Muslims

To shade off romantic affairs

But just like Eneke the wise bird

Since they have decided to hide

Under the disguise of religion

We’ve also decided to be religious

That was how I became a Muslim.

Men with plenty white beards

Women in their menopause

And I begin to wonder and wander

How where they also mobilized

Everybody is now showing off

There are those who run bottles

In Mami and those who buy

All the girls food just to impress

But there are also those who seat

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Observe and eat from the rations

They serve, and that is where I

Solely don’t belong, but where

Do I really belong?

As the day passes by, our pains in

The river of suffering becomes

Belle deep as almost drowning

Yet they say we are not corpers

Our tails are too long though

Not the one in front but aback

Now it as been cut, we re now

corpers. Sleep was one of our

greatest challenges, the only time

I slept was in my lonely mind,

Paration and at Ease is now the

Song we sang to the Field.

Under the sun and in the rain

These soldiers are never tired

Drilling the hell out of our heavens.

There is no true lie in the world

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What is accepted to one race

Is abominable to the other race

As the Igbo’s will always say

A child can only play with his

Mother’s breast but not

The manhood Of his father.

Indeed a Corper can only play

With the breast of his fellow

Corpers But not the manhood of

These Soldiers they are as fierce

As the roars of an African lion.

Enugu here I come!

Written by: Emmanuel Ikoromasoma

About Me

I am from Rivers State and a native of Okirika. I attended New Era Brilliant College Borikiri, graduated of Rivers State University Port Harcourt were i studied Office and Information Management. I did a certificate program in Uniport in the Department of Theatre and film Studies. I love writing, dancing, and sport. I fell in love with poetry in my secondary school days and ever since poetry has changed my life.

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Phone Number: +2347063254607

 

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NYSC’S CALL PART 1 – BY EMMANUEL IKOROMASOMA

NYSC’S CALL PART 3 – BY EMMANUEL IKOROMASOMA

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