HELP THE YOUTH, SAVE THE FUTURE: A POEM AND A NOTE
In this our idle generation of whiners
We have so many boastless doers
Sheltering saplings in our forest
Daily, their leaves they invest
I see Olumide Olulu Holloway
Lights word-candles on the way
He prepares a word feast - a War
Folly dies, Wisdom takes the fore
I see Enigmatic Olumide Bisiriyu
Do you know the Great One too
By him I, many have been fed
Blessed with word-bread
Like them many sweat
Serving with every breath
A million youth standing tall
A billion names we cannot call
And you, my friends reading this
Don't walk away with lazy hiss
A task is there for you to do
Do it today! serve 9ja too!
No many people know the worth of the little initiatives put in place to help the youth - ask Sir Eriata Oribhabor and ma'am Brigitte Poirson, building Nigerian government youth from overseas.
Do you know that:
Every minute of creative activity you you initiate for our young ones is one more minute denying them an opportunity to to do something negative.So if you complain about the bad state of affairs but do zilch to correct things, you are an empty barrel making too loud a noise. We should all learn from these two Olus — Olumide Olulu Holloway and Enigmatic Olumide Bisiriyu.
Please, do something, especially something that aids the young one, because if you don't you and yours will suffer it in the future.
Have it in mind that the homeless/idle/wayward kids of today that we ignore are the armed robbers that will most likely shoot us tomorrow —then, they would be unignorable.Get insurance, do good.
HELP THE YOUTH!!!!