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Sonnets: Running ruined

Most times we try
But the discomfort

Comes to hunt us
With inflictions.

Pain in the ass
Break hearts like glass.

I know it is
What we stave off.

Yet it blesses us
In big disguise.

So why not bear
Until it fades

Bringing bright shades
That gladdens hearts.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Dying on board

The needles and syringe
Has worked, from winter,
Through summer and spring…
…Terminal it is!

Repeating cycles
Just so to cheat death
“You got just few hours”;
Then said men in whites

Several stuffs
Puffed wide, through his brains
“Oh, is this the end”;
He said to himself.

He could feel curtains
Closing fast on him
Even when movies
Had only began

All his smiles then froze
Head over shoulder
He close his cold eyes
Slowly blinking twice.

Stranger in the states
While living his life
So he owed to death
His flesh on home soil

But the stress when gone
And cost to incur
Transporting his corpse
Would be hot as hell

So he then embarked
On a journey home
From great Atlanta
At least while he breaths

Delta flight took off
Cruising altitudes
Eight hours on the air
Three hours to touchdown

Friendly shadows came
Passing through his flesh
He could feel his leg
Kicking the buckets

Off jurisdiction
His greatest joy was;
Tragedy but brave
And just humanly.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

The symptom

Two legs in one
Trouser and pants
She thrust words as
Arrows and spears…

Some times tears melt
Mountains of ice
Some times the tears
Refuse to pour

Instead it falls
Like collapsed walls
Picking the tooth
Meal or no meal…

Digging deep holes
The blood gush out
In response to
A broken heart

Dumbs, can not speak
Some times they rap
When pain hits peak
In sorrow wraps…

At times we men,
Turn good women
Into awful
Terrible nags.

The neighbor hears
Parrots and dogs
Next time when we
Say she has changed

Firstly; let us,
Correct our wrongs
We are diseases
Her nag; symptoms.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Sonnet: Entrusting death

Death, I know that you can sting
Poison my wine, I will drink
For if I begin to count
The knives, arrows and bullets
You have put into my chest
The ears that hear will go deaf
For eyes that saw still shed tears.

Death, I know that you can bite Between those claws and white teeth
I give you reasonable doubts
Not because, am scared of you
Nor because, am weak to fight
But, that stinging bees build hives
And ants that bite, still build hills.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Sleeping oil

Love was all; they hung as pictures
On the wall, in the hall
Where they were lovebirds, having fun.

Banns were made, no one opposed, but
Making plans, chasing vows
And rings, they forgot how to love.

From colors to ideas; they fought
Over all, I love you
Turned into words no one said.

Love became a solid oil, at
The bottom of their cans
Begging for shakes, but no one cared.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Bottles and I

My nose leak, my eyes are red
It seems I have contracted
One of those rare fatigue syndrome
Crushing after a beating drum
Dumping the light for upsurge emotion
That turned out to be a wrong decision
As soon as another stole her heart
Night shadows placed on my head a bandit
At night, I sit underneath strobe light
Drinking and pouring sorrows out.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Sonnet: Stump

Do your worst, tear me apart
You were a dolphin, till
All I had capsized and sank;
You slowly forgot
All the sweet memoirs we once shared,
Yelling extreme hate
At me, to get up and leave.

You see me drowning
And you responded like a shark.
You were once the best
Amongst all lifesavers, now
You are to me, just
Another shark devouring flesh
Do your worst, tear me apart.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Silent banns

Limes were sweet when the,
Lushes were all we shared.

Love; a rose, before
Lifeguard compromised.

Less than all I thought;
Lost my faith in you

Let us live as mates,
Love we had is late.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Haiku: Misinformed

Thought there were more to
The pecks, kisses and paramour
Till it pop the clogs.

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Haiku: Sweet regrets

Should have been
You, but you left me
Sweet regrets.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

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