Vincent Onyeche

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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu hails from Agbor-Obi in Delta state, Nigeria. He attended Delsu, where he obtained a bachelors degree in Biochemistry (2005-2009) and master's degree in Applied Biochemistry at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka. He is a lover of education. He has published several research works in highly rated international journals as ...

Vincent Onyeche Poems

#30 Lines Of A Fullmoon

I held a full moon
At noon,
I tried to get it out

I Shall Strive

I will fly
Like butterflies
But this time, high
Higher than the butterflies,

Journey Of Love; My Valentine

Every distance I cover
I feel that you are the word love
Deserving dove
Butterfly kisses,

Elder Brother

<li>Elder brother elder brother
Must let go the meal for the younger
Elder brother elder brother
So difficult being a leader

Flight Of My Imagination

In my present
I’m absent
Building castles in sky
Bringing sky’s to earth;

Vincent Onyeche Quotes

05 December 2014

Every Foreign item is local in its hometown...

16 December 2014

Come to think of it, No one is beautiful in the dark No one is an Ocean that never lacks No eye sees its every back No one knows all about his very self These are what I consider dark. Can a man live without a sin? No no no! The answers shall sing No man can singly bring forth a child No man can boast of a shadow free No scar in the dark but To every light there is a corresponding darkness. Care of Nothing but obstruction in the dark No game wins without a goal No perfect and stainless married life No one can be The most beautiful and perfect at same time. Could darkness be a curse to light? No one factor shines forever None; as holy as the Holy Bible None: but if you find Nevertheless, That thing might be a unicorn Never existed and Can't be in the dark.

17 May 2016

If only I can go into the future and all... I shall return and be smarter than my past - Vinz Onyeche

23 May 2016

I praise inventories, I know nothing is new under the Sun. Yes I do. But I always have this feeling I nurture: 'the best discoveries on Earth is yet to come, it hides in every Child unborn, lost in the bathrooms, wonders in the dreams of men, turn and often burnt to ashes because the World sees it as Nothing' - Vinx Onyeche

26 June 2016

I see Nigeria as a polygamous home, where siblings are disunitied: yet they are family.

Vincent Onyeche Comments

Very beautiful poems write and read it.

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excellent poems. you are great in explaining your feels. i invite you to read my poem

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Still Learning To Crawl

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