Donkey Soldier


Donkey soldier
Chewing miraa in a pop-out cheek.
Ragtag messenger of a swindler merchant –
What killjoy crusade is this you have enlisted for?

I see you seeking paradise tactless: creeping under your purchased ass,
Searching for me.
To soil my freedom. To spill my blood.
Sleep-starved donkey soldier,
Can’t you see you are the looker, I am the watcher.
See?

Not seeing your watcher, you retreat to mull a vain reward…
Contemplating how to turn 72 virgins into ladies of sin;
Beautiful. Perpetual. Heavenly. Black-eyed.
Fraud!
Punda soldier seeking my blood, umedanganywa!

Look at you now. On heat…panting in the heat:
And believing you are unseen,
Pleasuring yourself 72 times atop a desert buur
Pity! Shabby guerrilla of a phony Shabaab calling.
What paradise is this you imagine separate from Eastleigh’s utopia?
What libido-wonderland of yoked virgins? No.
Not with my blood…

Well now, commencing your 73rd hand job…and having watched you,
My patience is run low and I train my 72mm barrel on you…
I see you approaching exclamation. You care not see me now.
I press the trigger and…Bang. Rat-a-tat-tat ragtag.
Take that!

Maybe your cheated phallus finds solace in 72, 000°C hellfire.
Bang, bang…Kwaheri.

© OLUOCH-MADIANG’

*Donkey: The Al-Shabaab were reported to transport their arsenal using donkeys.
*Miraa: A chewable stimulant grown commercially in Kenya’s Eastern Province.
*Punda: Swahili for ‘donkey’.
*Umedanganywa: Swahili for, ‘you have been cheated’.
*Buur: Somali for ‘hill’.
*Kwaheri: Swahili for ‘Farewell’.

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Well done! You are using your poetry gun to fight this rag rag force! It is humorous and sad at teh same time.

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  2. Posted by marcus on November 10, 2011 at 16:49

    kudos! A nice operation linda nchi poem.

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  3. Interesting read, you are a master with your pen and words.

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  4. Posted by Ssuki on November 29, 2011 at 12:20

    Hmm, yaani umemtoshanisha kabisa ontop of his buur.
    Well delivered Madd. I like the feeling; of sadness, anger, finality, next!

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  5. Hahahaha…. If they read this, they’d gladly issue a fatwa on your head!

    Reply

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