alexander opicho

Rookie - 469 Points (when dictatorship began / kenya)

ROT IN KENYAN UNIVERSITIES Poem by alexander opicho


tribes matter more than research,
jobs dished on ethnic network,
as academics are left to die
at the thrones of sadism
and selfish megalomania,
proffessors more illiterate
as reading culture succumbed to death,
to pave way for money culture,
harvested from parallel programmes,
that takes the beautiful and the academically incompetent,
to the university and mercy of their wallets,
where the proffessors renew their sinews,
on the french chicken by parralleley style
on the tops of the female parallel students,
as they inspire them with new culture,
of laziness, twiterature and cyborature,
face-booking for unique sex partners,
as books are left to be dust ridden
on the miserable shelves of ramshackle libraries.

Submitted: Monday, August 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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