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All eyes on us

Smelt with the nose, and eyes to glance
Just like a rose pleasant fragrance
Yet people doubt, if it is love
Driving crazy, fueling the heart
With such cozy all day and night.

While many laugh some dwell in hell
When it is rough and cry as well
Yet there is doubt, could it be love
That dries the tears, and hugs so tight
All through the years, of many sights.

Sort of a must, it involves trust
Like a virus, it infect us
Yet people doubt, if it is love
Seeing through eyes yet seem so blind
Cold like an ice, large chunk to find..

Held by handcuffs despite the fall
When it slips off suicide may call
Yet there is doubt, could it be love
Wood and an axe, defying laws
Burning the wax, brightening shores.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Sonnet: Shaped by love

Until I met you, my heart was formless
And in total mess crashing all the crew…

I give all to you, my rhythm and tune
I am like a room empty without you.

I have never voiced, the three little words
It was neither an option nor a choice,

I had weak links at the left of my chest
At same time, no strength, void, I couldn’t blink…

Then you shone a light, expunging darkness
Moulding, nonetheless; directing my path

And through your tunnels you shaped me to glow
Like hot ore that flows through the blast funnel…

If the truth be told here, the only shape that
Truly fits my heart, is your love, my dear.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Tones: Love unforgettable

Just like a fish without its gills
Suffocates days before the grill
Without her, I get drained and drilled
In heart where she designed a frill.

Seeing her daily, refills me
With a good loving sweet and real
From pure eternally flame distill
By her I am warm and fulfill.

Whoever hath her hast her will
Rejuvenating; strong as steels;
Her roses fetch comforting chills
That seals the very best of deals.

Thou may dismember all of me
But each and every part of me
Will never forget all the thrills
And affection in me she instilled.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Sonnet: Move in on

To make ends meet, we hustle
Sweating trying to solve life’s puzzles
Wandering while the time flies;
We forget the apples in our eyes.
Money chase, chasing careers
Distance created, sends love in couriers
But today should not be same

Kiss me and call me sugary names
Rest your soft hairs on my chest
Listen and count the pulses that are left,
Old woods still burns, muse still wows
But steam me up, for another hour
Take love as wheels, be my mow
Hold on a while to spoil me right now.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Marriage: Her disturbances

I picked up a four leaf clover
And her love has taken over
To points of disturbances…
At times things I don’t fancy
Are what she chokes on me
Like anklets on a heavy heel
And beautiful icing on a cake
She mix trouble into sweet flakes
Whose true taste is in the eating
And rude polite awakening,

My wife, my world, the joy I chose
Tender and sweet like tiger toes
No hedge between keeps the home green
Her philosophy, no vent spleen.
The moon wanes while the roaster crows
Over my body she will roll
Waking me up against my wish
Stuck on me, my heart she fills
Her disturbances have a sauce
Apart from her, no better source.

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu

Sonnet: Her soursop tone

When she laughs, her shoulder drops
Tonnes of orgasm in sweet sensations
Yet, no form of incessant penetrations
I can’t forget in a hurry where I belong
Soursops she drops on my dry tongue
Arguing with myself it must be
A blend of pineapple and strawberry

Tasting like banana and coconut mix
And sometimes pineapple and mango mix
Guess my soul developed and clamour
For her glamour and sweet flavor
There is this spirituality that atones
With mine in the manner she walks and talks,
Seems her peroration dispenses good luck.

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