Father Or Son?

Poem By DOMINIC PREMPEH

The first,
My teacher
He taught me geography
And the sciences
And sex education
Later, with me he demonstrated
The science of penetration

The last
The son of my teacher
He explained the geography
And the sciences
And the sex education to me
Later, we practiced and we continued
The science of penetration

Father is still in touch
The son is still with me
Who do I choose?
The one that taught and demonstrated
Or the one that explained and practiced
And who do I stick to?
Father or son

(Jan.2009, Adabraka-Kumasi)

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