adamu yusuf, realy you re adamu meaning ewu, did u read 2day paper by kofi anan , he said obiola was envolved in a long millitary gvt in nigeria, that is how all these criminalls u mentioned got their ill goting money cos they cant compete, we re talking of hard work period, achebe said it all 4 who cares , but my only fear is the envy after thought, did you hear abt dangote, he is the only one who did biz in nigeria 4 8yrs, late president yaradua told him that he should be gratiful to nigeria and to god almighty, you know one problem with nigeria is hatred to igbos but who cares, check them all i mean other tribes leader they come 4 marriage in igbo land from ibb to jonathan check your record aboki bye
In the last part, the speaker admits to the listener – we can assume that this is Owen himself – that he is ‘the enemy you killed, my friend’, and that he recognizes him. Despite the fact that they were on different sides, there is no animosity on the part of the man who died – it seems as though the war has spent all his anger and his violence, if there ever was some. The poem ends on a melancholy note, almost Keatsian, where the speaker invites the listener to sleep with him, and it is assumed that they both have died. If anything is at all obvious it’s that war solves no problems. By the end of the poem, nothing has been resolved; war still carries on, and the men are still dead.