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Dried River

Like tides to the winds, like string to the beads
Selflessness and I, are like birds and sky

I am a river, natural giver
I feel fulfilled watering a field…

Grasses I rescue do always pull through
But my own story is always scary

Either by deceit or lack of merit
Gravity seems to, on me have a toll

Yet, relentlessly I pour all of me
To the core values of both old and new,

When they come for more, and I always pour,
While giving my all, I do bruise my walls

Upon exposure, I keep composure
But deep inside me I cry while I bleed

For with my last blood all I can afford
Is my dignity and integrity

Aquatics blame me, a great thirst kills me
No one thus know this, I give yet they hiss

True, all is not well, but who do I tell
That the great river, dearly needs water.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

This Forum

There is this forum filled with talking drums
At same time freewill exhibiting skills
For relevance of hills while standing on trees.

In here we are singers not listeners
A great assembly that often trembles
Chasing the long bills expecting it fills

Hopefully waiting for impossibilities
We all want to own and make blood off stones
Because we all drive yet no one arrives.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu
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