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Blowing Sirens

At the rush hours
Traffics is slow

Loud sound, light blinks
Movements and flow

For creams, roads leak
Cars clear, so quick

The links, they break
Ambulance waits…

Lion claw leaders
All road road users

Right light began
Where yours should halt.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu.
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Bubbles

In shambles
Of crumbles…

Why grumble
And fumble…

When knuckles
Burst bubbles…

As time rushes
Like scrambles.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

My fathers wife

My body on her; I grabbed
She must have made me smiled
And poured buckets of kisses
Onto my soft, small baby lips
How was your first kiss in life?

Right now I wish I could
Take back the arms of time
And lay on my mothers arm
As bambino in farm and room
Smiling at my fathers wife.

Chuckling and giggling with meek
Kicking empty air with my legs
Looking deeply into her eyes
Falling asleep beside her milk
Enjoying the new breath of life…

While releasing poop and pee
On my fat baby padded pants
Less worried about heartbreaks
While I enjoy the sweet warmth
In the cockles of my fathers wife.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Haiku: Home for all

Earth is magical
It breath warm in the cockles
Of the living heart

Happiness unusual
With fresh air, water and fogs,
Wet rain and sunlight.

Beyond the crystal
Of the blue covering skies
Potentials ignite.

Floating high and tall
Over the blind world of seas
Home for all that breath.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Experience spoilt me


Born naked and clean
White as the snow.
Experience
Really spoilt me.
For ever since
I had its breath
Morning dew fell

With an open hell,
That then made me
A thrill seeker
As the daredevil
With broken horns
And tough body
Dirty as muds…

©2017 Vinzpoetry.wordpress.com Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu
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