Nigerian Cattleman's Song

Nigerian Cattleman's Song / James Simmons At Kandi SHE WHO TEASES laid back her horns. At Sokoto we played tricks on THE ONE WHO ADVANCES ON ENEMIES, SPREAD BROADLY. ha, we gave her the calf of THE ONE WHOSE HORNS Ha, she mistook it for hers. Ho. At Kaura Namoda the lazy locals marvelled at THE ONE WITH THE WHITE BLAZE ON HER FOREHEAD, ho, for she went skipping among them light on her four hooves despite her grandeur. As we left that village the various herd lowed with one voice. At Katsina the herd walked proudly. Ayee. Themselves they killed a marauder. At Katsina too SHE WHO STANDS OUT ABOVE THE HERD gave birth and so did SHE WHO GRAZES ON THE RIDGE. On the raod south SHE WHO PREVENTS OTHERS APPROACHING got friendly with ONE WHOSE HORNS ARE AS STRAIGHT AS PLANKS. They showed off their slim bodies together. They displayed the tips of their horns. At the great city of Kano the herd danced in unison and played together in the light rain. At Zaria death struck and the herd was patient. They died as the four princes of Kano died, tricked, locked in the burning tent, pressing http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

Nigerian Cattleman's Song

The Missouri Review, Volume 12 (2) – Oct 5, 1989

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/ James Simmons At Kandi SHE WHO TEASES laid back her horns. At Sokoto we played tricks on THE ONE WHO ADVANCES ON ENEMIES, SPREAD BROADLY. ha, we gave her the calf of THE ONE WHOSE HORNS Ha, she mistook it for hers. Ho. At Kaura Namoda the lazy locals marvelled at THE ONE WITH THE WHITE BLAZE ON HER FOREHEAD, ho, for she went skipping among them light on her four hooves despite her grandeur. As we left that village the various herd lowed with one voice. At Katsina the herd walked proudly. Ayee. Themselves they killed a marauder. At Katsina too SHE WHO STANDS OUT ABOVE THE HERD gave birth and so did SHE WHO GRAZES ON THE RIDGE. On the raod south SHE WHO PREVENTS OTHERS APPROACHING got friendly with ONE WHOSE HORNS ARE AS STRAIGHT AS PLANKS. They showed off their slim bodies together. They displayed the tips of their horns. At the great city of Kano the herd danced in unison and played together in the light rain. At Zaria death struck and the herd was patient. They died as the four princes of Kano died, tricked, locked in the burning tent, pressing

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Published: Oct 5, 1989

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