David Aoloch Bion (1976 / Bor. Jonglei, Southern Sudan)
Biography of David Aoloch Bion
David Aoloch Bion is South Sudanese poet, novelist and short story writer. Born in 1976 at Bor Jonglei in Sudan.He joined the rebel SPLA Red Army (minor soldiers) in 1989, where he started school. He is now studying Bachelor Degree in Public Administration at Kampala International University in Uganda.In 1993 was in Red Army at Ashwa SPLA Training Camp along side Banat (girls) Battalion.Passed out in 1994he stayed in the SPLA Nimule Corrider and Uganda.
In Uganda, he wrote a good a composition during of the class work, that his teacher didn’t mark but put note on ‘’ this is a paraphrasing or text somewhere ‘’, the teacher said, he was not the one who wrote that good composition and he gave him another topic to write on her presence., he wrote it as good as first one, the teacher marked it and she praised him as a good writer, from that time he start to write. He wrote 200 poems,70 short stories, An Irontail Scorpion (2011) and The Feather of Glory (2013)
David Aoloch Bion's Works:
An Irontail Scorpion 2011
- .....the other things are ears
- .....Vulture cant Dance
- ....shows it mouth like Nile Perch
- ...lose all like Khoryol pots
- 99 Human 1 Divine
- A Bird that lives forever
- Absence is like death
- Amach's Intestine
- An Ambush at Ashwa Bridge 1994
- An Aa Pax Day
- An African Golden Weaver bird metamorp...
- An O
- As happy as Akur Ajokenn
- Bizare Day
HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
observed annually on May 18
International Museum Day
memory + creativity = social change
Happy Birthday Omar Khayyam!
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Happy Birthday Friedrich Rückert!
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An Aa Pax Day
The most divine day the most human day
On an aa aa aa aa aa aa aa pax day
The holy Verse in the Bible was read
The holier verse in the Quran was recited
The holiest verse in the Yacth was quoted
The three books were opened as
The three witness of oaths of armistic & commitment
At zero hour the drums beaten the bell rang
And one minute of singing was observed