Poem: Is this the beginning of peace we have been waiting for?

By: Marum Ruon Wicjoat.

The country is inhabited by about 60 different Nilotic and Bantu-speaking communities including the Dinka, Shilluk, Nuer, Azande, Bari, among other tribes. Above are members of Chollo(Shillukc) tribe of South Sudan(Photo: file)

The country is inhabited by about 60 different Nilotic and Bantu-speaking communities including the Dinka, Shilluk, Nuer, Azande, Bari, among other tribes. Above are members of Chollo(Shillukc) tribe of South Sudan(Photo: file)

Dec 28, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) —- South Sudan, the land blessed with riches, the land that took millions of lives, the land of great diversity, I can’t wait to see the 64 tribes stand up together and sing the national anthem with heart of nationalism.

Are we blessed or cursed?  And are we the only people on this earth to live like this? With about 85% of the population illiterate?

No. We must change. We must think like others because we are created like others. Our young men and women filled neighboring countries as refugees and people make wealth out of them.

I am sure we are better than this. I have the hope that we have had enough lesson to learn and remember. I have the hope that the return of IO advance team significantly means peace in my beloved Country the Republic of South Sudan.

Please let’s from today preach peace and let’s begin to reconcile with our brothers and sisters in the Country.

I have no enough words to describe my feelings but I pray that the hostility ceases from today in the blessed South Sudan.

Marum Ruon is a concerned citizen of the Republic of South Sudan and can be reached via marumruon@gmail


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  1 comment for “Poem: Is this the beginning of peace we have been waiting for?

  1. lam rihk bil
    January 11, 2016 at 5:54 am

    enough is enough Maroum. your words will touch the heart of almost everybody who come accross your message. If all the citizens of south sudan including those loyal to Kiir feel it the way you and I do,peace can be given priority without reservations or even chaoes because all the civiliants are traumatized by the war.

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