Abednego Oghenechovwiere Omashone
Biography of Abednego Oghenechovwiere Omashone
Abednego Oghenechovwiere Omashone was born in the village of Igun in Ethiope East local government, Delta State, Nigeria, on the 13th of march,1989.
The beloved son of Mr. Dick O. Omashone, and Madam Mabel A. Imene, both, of Igun Town.
He had both his primary and secondary school education in his home town Igun. He is a graduate of English and Literary Studies from the Delta State University Abraka, Nigeria.
He is the star-prize winner of the 2011 edition of Nego Poetry Corner Contest.
His passion for the arts and creative writing, especially for poetry, spans back to his childhood days (in the nursery school) when his teacher, Mr Fetus Ojobor, used to recite nursery rhymes for, and with him and his classmates. His mother was also supportive to him by singing the lyrics along with him when he gets home from school. His favourite nursery rhymes were (and are) " Row Row Row Your Boat" , " Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" , and " My Mother" .
Growing up, he was very observant of his society and he had the thought that he has a major role to play in the emancipation of the world within and around him. It was a great excitement to him when he discovered what great things he could do with poetry as a tool.
The zeal to affect the world around him engendered the spontaneous flow of uncontrollable emotions he felt within, which consequently sparked off the fire of poetry in him. " And now, " according to him, " poetry dwells in my bone."
He is a Christian of the Baptist faith.
He believes in human equality, and frowns at racial discrimination and human exploitation.
He is self-determined, and multi-talented. He is a graduate of English and Literary Studies from the Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria_the class of 2014.
The following are just a few of the many skills he has.
*Printing & Publisher
*Book Editor and Proofreader
*Managerial skills, etc
http: //nego.heck.in is his personal blog,
http: //negoprints.hexat.com is a blog dedicated to his printing venture.
Other of his blogs are
www.negoking.blogspot.com, (the two, not fully developed) , etc.
He is the web master of www.graceworldministry.blogspot.com amongst others.
Abednego Oghenechovwiere Omashone Poems
We both rear poultry. Yes, you reared your own, And I reared my own. Mine you served your guest
I am free But a slave In my father’s cave. All my rights thrown to dogs;
Where Do I Stand?
He is here! No, there he is. No, yet to come. No, come and gone!
Fair Ethiope Bird
Don’t you look at me that way. Aren’t your days happier than mine? You sing you flap you peck And though the busy boy’s ball
Black And Blackout
From the beginning of the beginnings All I am is black and blackened; For this, I’ve had reproachful loves.
Blessed is that substance Through which I became substance Blessed is that passage Through which to earth, I came.
Love From Calvary
I looked and I saw. Behold! Beneath a stake, A man grunting to death. Not a transgressor of the law
Poor, But Peace I Get.
How will I be when I’ve become rich? How will it be when poor me become rich? How will I, with people relate When I, wealth have accumulate’?
Bunch Of Misery
From the egg, Came the hen; From the hen, Came the egg;
Drummers drumming Vocalists echoing Dance ozighizagha. Caught in the
I Love It
I love it When you look to my eyes and smile. I love it When you say you love me.
Consolidate! ! !
Consolidate! Consolidate! Consolidate; till you make me late Remembered what you told me yesterday?
Take it along as you go! You that care and them can see.
Long time ago they were, yet, today Many seasons ago they were They speak today Though gone for long.
If It Be But A Dream
If it be but a dream,
Just as uncle Festus
Had chanted it with us
And Mama Africa believes it’s a dream
Then when I’m I to wake up
From this unwholesome condition
From this unjustified suppression
From these whole things heating me up?