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An impending young priest

I looked into my new world
with total changes
I wore my loin,
took my staff of office and moved,
Ready to stand and face all my challenges,
Stocked with the courage which i've already received;
I walked like a lion
that governs all the animals in the jungle,
Forgetting my old self
and old environment,
Moving into the world of the unpredictable,
i walked possibly;

Starting up a new agenda
in a new dimention
with a different movement,
Stocked with my piece of black-wood beautified in cowries,
I decided to pause and see how i look in a mirrow,
I saw a stranger
and hoped that stranger isn't me,
i hissed,
I looked into my new world
and saw what shocked me to the marrow;

With my fantasy aside,
i strolled in cowries and loin,
Oh! consulted by elders,
bush! Shall incantation be my life on?
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Name:Mgbada chukwudi cletus occupation:student marital status:single sex:male state:Ebonyi state,Abakaliki. Country:Nigeria ABOUT HIM: He is a funny drud who does know his right from his left.Always carried away by his stoic words;which had variably and invariably,advertently and inadvertently led him to different places,ranging from;the dungeon,the cell house,the costable's bench,the media centers,competition arenas and other nice and cruelsome havens. His pieces of rubbish;which he boldly terms 'poems',are open for your perusal,review and ratings. Oh!less he forgets,he love discording himself but doesn't accommodate derogatory remarks from anyone. Above all,he loves you all! You are most welcome to his post. He remains your 'one and only' MGBADA CHUKWUDI CLETUS! In the lulu bloc .....keep cool.....i love it..... more…

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