In this riveting and revolutionary anthology of poems , Ochi offers his personal reflections on a wide array of subjects ranging from globalization and self-awareness to the nature of good and evil in modern societies. Through indelible sonnets and proses, the importance of introspection, moral reasoning and of questioning authority and societal norms to enhance personal growth is revealed to the reader. Black Holes, a lyrical journey through emotions experienced in human life, breaks all barriers of individualism to voice the pain of the unfortunate, it also glorifies the beauty of unconditional love; the language simplicity conveys its message to people from all walks of life.
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About the Author
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.