jeudi 17 décembre 2009


By Tikum Mbah Azonga

I’m not a high flier
Neither am I a low achiever
I’m God’s fly whisk carrier
That’s what I am
And I revel myself in it.

Even with your litmus identifier
No test, no compound, no molecule, no ester
Can stand the test of time for a fiver
Even if you tell your henchmen in Bafoussam
Unless the Almighty deems it fit.

copyright 2009

5 commentaires:

Atenchong Micheal a dit…

Why did you decide to write this poem in bold.

Esunge El-Frida a dit…

Comparing the way this poem is written to the others you will realize that this poem is written in bold letters.

Tikum Mbah Azonga a dit…

My answer to your two-in-one or one-in-two question is that although some writers may use bold characters to make a point,I personally do`t like that approach. I prefer to look for and use poignant and punchy words that convey the message.

The use of the bold characters was not intentional. It must have stemmed from a poor manipulation of the machine on my part. So, I have withdrawn the bold characters.


Esunge El-frida a dit…

I just realized it.Thats o.k because i thought it was for some emphasis

Atenchong Micheal a dit…

I share the same view point with Esunge.Because i taught it was intended to convey an idea which should be stressed on