'Ekulu, Poetry Where the Rivers Meet' brings together a collection of Dr Meto Edgar Onwuamaegbu's original poetry. Some poems portray life in far-flung places. A number of other poems are insightful character studies, such as the representation of a bus conductor in 'Danfo Conductor'. As you age without the millions You came to the city for You reap the harvest you have sown. You pray for another chance A more honest beginning. Themes of war and love punctuate the tapestry of this volume of poetry. In 'Our Armies in Babylon', he recreates the mood of coalition troops in Iraq: We are gathered here To study the architecture of aggression From now on you must learn To obey Must learn to fight Must learn to die. This volume of poetry is a reflection of ethnic cultural pride. It is rich in topical issues of the 21st Century, and contains colourful imagery of memorable historic characters.