Enyinwa Okechukwu Enyinwa

(Apirl 28 1986 / Otukpo)

Armed Robbers


From house to house they go
demanding for what does
not belong to them, here they
display the words presure and
terror on the victims, rat goes
for the legs if the fish not
avalible, That is what they
believe, some are force into
it why some born with it.
Chrsitians believe in bible
muslem believe in quran
but in the metal work they
believe, which there use ot invade
their victim, strong hearted and
rustless.The gentlemen say is a
dirty Occupation, While the people
from the other side believes that
it is just an profession.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 16, 2010

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  • Abednego Oghenechovwiere Omashone (9/21/2011 5:31:00 AM)

    The images are ok; it's poetic, and it's lyrical...however, you need to improve on your typography. I've also read your 'Africa Call': it is most emotive and serious, with all the flavours of poetry. I'll say keep it up. If you are chanced, I would like you to criticize my poem 'Rethink! ' Good times to you. (Report) Reply

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