Annals of the Afroasiatic Pioneers, Vol 1. #21
Context — The story resumes.
Geography commenced at ten to twelve,
the four bells rang to start the student race
to class, all knew they had short time to shelve
their books and book it to their classroom place.
“Good morning students,” customarily
announced Miss Gumi, tall before the boys
and girls. They stood up and all wearily
announced, “Good morning, Teacher,” standard noise
in classrooms urban, rural, country-wide,
the greeting drilled afront a sea of desks.
She raised a box aloft, class stunned, she tried
solicit guesses, standing statuesque:
“What do you think arrived to class today?”
Exams? Some textbooks? Eagerness displayed