Akwu Sunday Victor
Akwu Sunday Victor Poems
- Street Children By Akwu Su...
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Akwu Sunday Victor is a Nigerian Poet, Critic and scholar. He is a writer with a gargantuan task, and that is, hastening the end of " Post colonial" rhetoric and discourse. However, he is still searching for a name to Christine his age and the spirit about to take form in African literary and theoretical discourses. He is a voice that must not be ignored in contemporary Africa. more »
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Street Children By Akwu Sunday Victor
Street children by Akwu Sunday Victor
Rummaging through rubbish piles
For sellable and recyclable iron and aluminum wares
They go about with trays on their heads
Tattered clothes their clothing
Girls and boys, wandering aimlessly
School bells toll beckoning students to school
But they run on the streets blocking traffic
With rusted bowls, begging for ten naira
Then, Others brought to school in tinted glassed cars
Others travelled abroad, the children of Senators
And Governor’s and Ministers, and Founders
These children on the streets, ...