Kctony Xtopher Nkwocha
Generative Extinction: Your Quota - Poem by Kctony Xtopher Nkwocha
Why do you leave
can’t you stay and give
your exuberant strength
for your nation’s growth.
You change your identity
reject intoto your nationality
for a greener pasture
altering your stature; a caricature.
In allegiance you stand
for others’ land.
Contemptuously you look
on your soil as a toil, a nook.
Come home, let’s like doctors
surgeon on our land as reformators.
Stay back, propagate the future
liberate our generation from torture.
Ignore the societal strata
just avail, your quota.
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