Biology Teacher

Poem By Eziudo Michael Nwachukwu

Do you know me?
I am your great Biology Teacher
The one who's aspect of specialization is reproduction
Yea, reproductive system
Your reproductive system to be specific
You? You ke?
No! Not you. Her!
Call me that and I shall answer and shall always be at your service
And when I call you too
Just realize I know you didn't understand in class today
And need revision
Yes, a private coaching
In a place befitting learning
Far from the walls that house the boards, the books and pens

Do you know me?
I am your great Biology Teacher
Not the lecher who seeks a lolita that's a ready prey
But one who calls you baby in a corner but learner amongst many
And who will ensure you understand this aspect of biology as I do it understand
Only in this place where I have time for you alone

Do you know me?
I am your great Biology Teacher
The one who will teach you in the revisional class everything in practical
The complete anatomy of the human body
Of the both mammalian gender
And of their rear views and side views and hind views, oh, from top to toe
We shall both touch, hold and feel
All of physical life and living portrait and images
In various styles, postures and positioning

Do you know me?
I am your great Biology Teacher
The one who comes as a friend
Yet holding all the dissecting tools
To disect anything that gives the chance
At least, practicals matter too
And the result?
Choose now and let the effect tell of the cause

Do you know me?
I am your Biology Teacher
The one who means well against your will
Who wants you always in a place alone
And use the big words that make your eyes spark
And then you leave home
For evening classes you say
But it's in my home
All alone

A knock on my door
And a smile from my teeth
Today's class is on food chain and food web
The prey in the claws of the predator
Now you're yielding, innocent but disobedient
What really do you want?
This lesson must be learnt
Look to see tomorrow from where you lie now
What you score is up to you

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