Chukwuemeka Ebube Samuel
Send me to a place of acquiring knowledge to learn, don’t send me to a place of bargaining to earn. Please don’t deprive me of what my spirit desires, to earn I need not now, but to learn I desired.
Education is what I desired, Whether formal or not, I want to acquire. For it is only it that gives me pleasure, and it’s pleasure can’t be measured.
If thou art future, In thee I would love to venture. For in thee I learnt to earn and not have earned to learn.
Being raised in Africa, Where earning is like going to America, and learning being a disaster. it’s my pleasure disobeying my master.
Please teach me how to learn, For I want to be a member of the learned.
🔹Dedicated to all the children hawking on the street being deprived the right to Education
About the writer
Chukwuemeka Ebube Samuel is a Law student of Anambra state University. He started writing poetry at a young age. His poems are usually sonnets and he writes mostly on Love and Romance, Feminism and child’s education. He aspires to let the women mostly girls child and children know they are of great importance to the society through poetry.
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