A GOVERNMENT DRIVER ON HIS RETIREMENT by Chibuike Onu

A GOVERNMENT DRIVER ON HIS RETIREMENT By Chibuike Onu – Poem

A government driver on his retirementis a poem written by Chibuike Onu. So below is the poem according to how it was written.

 

  • Many years on wheels
  • In faithful service to his fatherland
  • Today retires he home
  • And a celebration he holds

 

  •   Many years has he pummeled his boozy throat          
  • In obedience to duty rules and regulations
  • Today, he’ll go home a freeman
  • Eligible for his country’s services

 

  •   “Come friends, rejoice with me
  • I shall booze and zoom myself home                       
  • Away from duty rules
  • Come celebrate my freedom”
  • “Early to duty tomorrow holds not,
  • Thirty-five years of faithful services
  • I’ll booze to sleep away my sufferings                     
  • Today I’ve long waited for”

 

  •   More joy to send him home
  • A brand new car in his name
  • An appreciative symbol
  • For undented thirty years of service to fatherland      

 

  •   “Come friends, and rejoice more,
  • Joy till no more joy to joy
  • Today frees and makes me a king
  • My patience rewarded.”

 

  •   And so, he boozed and boozed                             
  • Celebrating the celebration of his retirement
  • From faithful service to fatherland
  • He battled with his bottle booze
  • On his way home on wheels,
  • Booze boozed his vision and clear judgment               
  • He boomed his brand new car
  • And it sent him home
  • Home to rest in peace.

  — Chibuike Onu

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