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McCOY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENT ASKED THE MOST DIFFICULT QUESTION IN THE WORLD

Title of blog: McCOY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENT ASKED THE MOST DIFFICULT QUESTION IN THE WORLD.

NOTE: A writer who is later known to be a student of McCOY University College of Education called DAPILAH PROSPER A.K.A Starcott Now A.K.A Teacher Pee. On release of his first Poem as a poet and inspirational speaker shakes the media and most prominent philosophers with the title “WHO AM I?” Which is the most difficult question in relation to real life as philosophers’ comment. Up-close with his Instagram fallowers said, the poem is a tragic one narrating the fast dying African culture in the hands of the Europeans, making young Africans confuse of their identity because the culture is in a mess amidst with foreign culture. Below is the peom

“WHO AM I?”

Oh, I lost my identity

My pride and my culture

My norms and values

I can’t recognize myself

Who am I 1*3

 

 

Somebody tell me

Am I an African or a European

Am I from the East or the West

Am I black or white

Oh, who is to be blame

For my lost identity

I don’t know?

 

Who should I handcuff?

My grandfather or my father

My grandmother or my mother

The gone or the present generation

 

I found myself in a culture

Where I feel am not a native

Where hatred and violence are the norms

Where I attempt suicide in the name of fashion

NO NO NO

This is not my culture

I can feel my culture

Thought its far from me

I can hear it roaring and rolling, towards nowhere

I feel its shoulders breaking with the heavy knapsack, which contents its riches

While dying in the hands of the stranger, the owners watch in despair

I wish to be the successor of king Solomon in the Bible

This stranger would have suffer in my hands.

Thank you.

Written by DAPILAH PROSPER A.K.A TEACHER PEE

Fellow him on Instagram asTEACHER PEE for more poems

And inspirational speeches

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