What happens if Some day you give the waiting world a whiff Of plain, unvarnished truth? His Excellency regrets That, failing a better alibi, He must admit he'd rather die Than open your Bazaar. His Excellency regrets That, lacking enough official scope, He can't disband the Band of Hope No matter where they are. He frankly despises The people he rules, His gorge also rises When giving the prizes At co-educational schools To rows of illiterate fools.
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And if you should write in the book He'll give you a murderous look. For it ruins his day To be taken away From his rod and his line and his hook! Log in for full access to stabroeknews.
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To be sure, this is another deliberate attempt today to do my escapist time-out from our daily doses of disease, traffic fatalities, crime and — yes — politics and electoral campaigning. I think I really wish my younger fans to learn lessons from an ordinary life.
His Excellency Regrets
For inspiration of the more positive type is often born of the mistakes, lapses, under-achievements of others. So here goes.
Laugh all you want but I regret seriously never having learnt to snap my fingers! I watched all my little daughters do it. But me? To this day, no. Eternal shame! And after more than seventy years on earth in Guyana I also failed myself in never learning to play the first pan in a steel-band; never learning to swim properly or speak a second language.
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My last daughter learnt the pan for me but I encourage young Guyanese to learn a second language properly after mastering the difficult English. Of course after nineteen 19 years of familial togetherness, my marriage unraveled, primarily because I never wanted to migrate to the USA. Need Help? How do I find a book? Can I borrow this item? Can I get a copy?
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