I Know the Language Your eyes Hear [Poem inspired by Stella Nyanzi]
In the most unprecedented events that happened at Makerere University, on Monday, 18 April of one academic, Stella Nyanzi who stripped naked as a protest to reclaim office and left many mesmerized, confused, shocked and contemplative. The story is quite so not hip hop or not at all poetry. Click here for the full story. However creative minds are always on the look out, a poem graced our in-box written in reaction to the event as a rhetoric to what this specific poet felt about the situation. It is wiser to let the piece speak for its self.
I Know the Language Your eyes Hear
Close thy chambers O ye,
Hold the keys to thy door of unkempt revolts,
Till the time of grace, unleashes the mysteries in thy house
remove the wax in thy ears and listen to the brewing chaos
Of the accumulated degrees on thy stewards academic head
That contrasts the moralists head
Should the pedagogues refrain from logic and sense?
Upon this; shall the plant shed off her leaves one by one
And treat you to a spectacle of bareness
By Decimon Wandera
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