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Hazel’s Diary: Growing and Glowing

Every lion was once a cub
Nature didn’t disturb
Nine months came, nine months gone
A shinning star was born
The heavens sang her song
Mine she chose to belong
Before the interaction
And all the attraction
In dream I saw her eyes
All shinning like the stars.

The joy of a father
Can never feel better
Watching your own creation
Lay on awesome cradle
Joy became flocculant
When I came in contact
With my baby Hazel
From blossom you could tell
Joy take worries away
Settling me, so to say.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

The lookalikes

From the rocks of all ages,
I can not distinguish
Parent birds and offsprings
New blood always become
Everything genes speak of

But how do lovers choose
A lookalike for rings,
When taking the glove off
Further bending the truth
That; “one plus one is one”

Many differ from Adam
But after knotting ties
They get two gifts in lieu
One from kids of the womb
Second comes up in grey.

I have seen a balance
From produce of unions,
Between mother and child,
Yet at the other edge
You see features of dad.

If you are Mr. Thomas
Take a walk down the park
Watch families merry
New blood always become
Everything genes speak of.

©2020 https://vinzpoetry.wordpress.com
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Beneath the stars and clouds

It was a quiet night
Under the Starlights

I sat and admired
The way the sky shone

From a distant mile…
Came a friendly breeze

With croaks from the frogs
Creepy yet, it was fun

While the whistling Palms
Joined the windy chorus.

Shadows grew so tall,
Fireflies everywhere

But up above where
The clouds stood and float

I unravelled puzzles
From the East to West.

For each mass of cloud
Had a picture they spoke

It was beautiful
Getting lost in wonders

But soon came the dawn
And I wondered what

The heaven looks like
If the skies could be that

Breathtakingly calm
Awesome and beautiful.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

The death race

Run, run, it all begun
The second we were born
Endeavor to have fun,
Because, we will be gone
Away from varying slates
At some point in this race
According to our fate
We shall be called, “it or late”.

Run, run, it all begun
The second we were born
Endeavor to have fun,
Because, we will be gone
Into a distant land
According to God’s plan
So live life like you can
Today hop on the van.

Run, run, it all begun
The second we were born
Endeavor to have fun,
Because, we will be gone
To a place from the clay
And illusions of rays
Coming from yesterday
It might be yours today,

Run, run, it all begun
The second we were born
Endeavor to have fun,
Because, we will be gone
Dwelling in shadow’s scene
Swimming in fearless stream
Yes, it is finish line;
Realm of forever dream.

©2020 https://vinzpoetry.wordpress.com
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Know your boundaries

Imagine when a tiny root
Claims to be large as an elephant
Challenging Nature, causing
The sky, wind, rain and the soil.

Thinking it has, already arrived
Because it has, germinating seeds,
Bragging with all the acts of God
Mighty and tall, firm and rigid.

One day, the sky began to fall
And all leaves suddenly withered
Then came the wind whirling hard
Bringing forth a cat and dog rain…

Earthquakes arose upon the soil
Placing the root where it belongs
But not until it was uprooted,
It failed to realize; no man is God.

©2020 https://vinzpoetry.wordpress.com
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Why do gods extend left hands?

At first, with a right hand
The gods gave a large farm
All sorts of essential plants
And made them to grow well.

These plants were varied
Just like the five fingers
But they had such a beauty
In their great diversities.

Record books postulated
A bountiful harvest
The store rooms were expanded
Not until, one fateful day,

The same immortal gods
Whose benevolence poured
From their powerful right hand;
Extended their very left hand

Then from another end
The ice cap began melting
And the great Sea’s level
Tremendously grew

Birthing a stubborn flood
That came with a full force
From the coast, without fear
Wiping away the entire farm.

©2020 https://vinzpoetry.wordpress.com
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu.

Man from the year

This year brought tears
Ever raining
During times of,
Happy and sad…
But looking back
At the moments
I cried, some tears
Watered my seed.

This year brought forth
Many closed doors
Some I regret
Not passing through;
Bypassing doom
I realized that
Some closed doors got
Nothing behind

This year will end
Tonight by twelve
With a loud bang
And peoples voice…
Bamboozle, yet
We’re still mortals
Waiting for years
Come of an end.

©2019 https://vinzpoetry.wordpress.com
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Would the world ever end?

There was a time the earth was a new born
The first century soon became an ancient
Eighteenth century is buried in history

Party like it is nineteen ninety nine
Is now just an idiomatic expression
Soon twenty third century will be done

‘Save mother earth’, we all clamour for
As every religion speaks of a heaven
Would mother be happy when the trumpets blows

I see the seas and I wonder how the rocks
Conducted themselves all through the ages
Soon twenty third century will be done

What happens after the calendar reaches
The exponential nine nine suffixes
Would the whole world still be whole

Would the keepers of history be bored
Most especially would the forces of religion still hold;
Soon twenty third century will be done.

But after the fast speeding calendar
And short cycling time refuse to end
What stone would be left unturned?

If this writeup doesn’t make sense,
Then it is useless but remember
Soon twenty third century will be done.

©2019 https://vinzpoetry.wordpress.com
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Welcome to puberty

Darling, welcome to puberty
Age of maturity and liberty
In a world so damn beautiful
Filled with lots to grab and chew.

Darling, you have all it takes
To even cause an earthquake
Well, when harmful rays come out
Be fast and nimble to jump out.

Darling, as it all pronounces
Be ready for lustful glances
And as you fall in heart’s nest
Be ready for what may come next.

©2019 https://vinzpoetry.wordpress.com
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

The road cries

Carols by the candles
Celebrating a cradle
Atmospheric wonders
Gives the heart a ginger
This is just the reason
The road cries this season.

Ribbons decorating
Christmas trees glittering,
Fireworks and knockouts
Are madness people front…
This is just the reason
The road cries this season.

With an intrigued pupil
The festivities pulls
People burning fossils
In their automobiles
This is just the reason
The road cries this season.

There are massive movements
Just to have that moment
A moment of Christmas,
And a new year at last;
This is just the reason
The road cries this season.

©2019 https://vinzpoetry.wordpress.com
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu
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