The Clarion Call

The Clarion Call : My N.Y.S.C. Diary & Other Poems

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Soldiers are not poets? Albert Seraphin brilliantly belies this trite assertion. He is the living proof that a soldier, while answering the clarion call, can hold a mighty pen to advocate peace and unity. Sometimes bucolic, often harshly realistic, his pungent words reflect the vibrant vision of a Nigerian citizen whose basic objective is to serve his fatherland. To pay tribute to its past and pave the way for a flourishing future. His forthright voice pleads for awareness and oneness in every situation, whether he depicts the hardships of service, not forgetting to salute the bravery of the soldiers and the bonds between them, or his bleeding pen pleads for safe driving, women rights, and an end to the internecine feuds that tear his country apart. He is on permanent poetic duty. His forceful Clarion Call holds redemptive powers, and certainly calls for attention Brigitte Poirson, Poet, teacher and promoter of African Poetryshow more

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  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.08mm | 172.36g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514161893
  • 9781514161890

About MR Albert Seraphin

Albert Oladipupo Nwachukwu Seraphin is an indigene of Agbor, Ika South local government area of Delta state, born, raised and based in Nigeria's economic capital, Lagos. He is the last child in a family of five. He's a graduate of Political Science from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo state and a member of the Lagos chapter of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA). He started writing poetry in December 2010 with his first poem titled, 'HOW TRAUMATIC', inspired by his sister's still birth experience. Since then, his poems have been featured in different anthologies. As a writer, he gets inspirations from personal experiences, situations around in the society, imaginations, people, songs and stories. He loves nature and creativity; he's a painter, writer, actor and an advocate for social justice and fairness. Albert served as a 2014/2015 Batch B corps member at the Umuahia South Local Government Secretariat, Abia state. He was recognized as the most outstanding corps member during the orientation camp and also the overall parade commander, following his acts of selflessness, dedication and patriotism. This is his first published work.show more

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