Ochi

Biography

Ochi is a Kenyan poet and lyricist with a logical and very clear vision of the world. His poetry, influenced by Rumi and Paolo Coelho writings, transcends national, cultural and religious borders to counter implicit values promoted to blind us from our true worth. The general theme of Ochi's thoughts is essentially that of the concept of moral reasoning; his memorable poems reminds us how we should recognize moral considerations in our daily life and cope with conflicts among them. Readers from all walk of life and schools of thought will relate to his poetry.

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Books

Black Holes
Price: Free! Words: 5,050. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » African Poetry
Black holes, an anthology of heart felt poems, will take you to another dimension where lyricism and consciousness make one; through memorable sonnets and proses, an alternative, yet realistic world view is revealed to enhance moral reasoning in our society.

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