Morning of purity and hope By: Abdulaziz Ai Omer

Morning of purity and hope By: Abdulaziz Ai Omer


02-08-2014, 00:39 AM


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Title: Morning of purity and hope By: Abdulaziz Ai Omer
Author: Abdul-Aziz Ali Omer
Date: 02-08-2014, 00:39 AM

Morning of purity and hope
By: Abdulaziz Ai Omer
Dear reader, Imagine you are in a bathroom with your hot breath mingling with the ptetrified feminine breath on the cover of soap .you get out to ask me : lifebuoy, lux ,Niceboy or lux trying to find out my favourable soap. Thanks. Now, et me tell you what excites my flesh and taste .In the Arab world, there is this proverb:’’Three things are relief for grief: water, green space and smartest face”. Water and soap make our bodies clean and hide the stinks. The thing is the charming face pictured on the papery lid of bath-soap for a male , virgin while he bathes starkly naked . In fact, it whettes his quelled appetite for ####### . Consequently has a recourse either to an affair or masturbation. I hope soap producers shall take regard of modsety and chastity the defining feature of our society.
Children hate soap foam and cry atavsitically when their bodies are washed . As they grow into pubert students ,each one has his own favoured soap that produces a simple erotic pleasure . The problem lies in the inernet café where they watch preposterous bosoms, varied states of un-dress and couplings . The Internet-café propreiter are fraid of being reprimanded so each one has a sign that warns gainst an intrusion with school uniform. The perceptive truant school boys put on different clothes to avoid an objection. Students are our children brothers and sisters so they should be censured . They are health and clean, as Novelist James Ngugo said” let me reapeat it until your elephants ears ache” –healthy and clean. We shouldn’t leave to the mercy of sexually perverted persons.
Lawino is an African girl who complained about the sexual impotence of her husband. However, the expected man of Sudanese Lawino is still the “village bull” and the beast of burden. The matrimonial demands seem daunting. In aS udanese comical sinster T.V Drama, he was premiered as an oponent more than a brother-in-law . There was no dancing, drumming, ululation apart from the sound of an approaching groom footsteps. A stone’s throw from him, there turned up a small queue of men with rolled sleeves , flexing their muscles and scowling. They were discenrningly the relatives of prospective bride . Each mighty man hugged him tightly until he showed his un-even ribs. The whole event ended with their retreat leaving the groaning body of groom prostrated on the ground. Icann’t tell whether he was dead or a live, but he carried torn flowers in his hand. How costly are tears of flowers! We don’t wish to see the day on which the groom comes with an an armed escort. Another T.V Drama showed a sudanese man with spinster girls . He married them off to thieves who made incursion into his home! In prayer meetings , Sudanese devout muslims are exhorted to lower the exorbitant dowries . Their indifference to what they preach when ever their girls are proposed to is ridioculed by the joke that says”It is a sermon in a mosque!” I hope that Sudanese community will make it easy for single youths to start new family. Our difficulty comes with gold and feeding sheep and chicken feet- the food of wedding invited guests. That is the root of evils.
Until you find your other half, I wish you the best.