Sever the Ties

Severed the ties cords grow back an endless cycle forcing you to backtrack time after time lessons shared you don’t know you’re taught until it regurgitates the same cut your losses you need them not but negative creatures load you with more unloading your burdens in order to set yourself free it’s as if forces […]

Burning Pages

Look at me, no, really look. What do you see behind the burnt pages of my book? The colour of my skin probably strikes you first depending on the colour, it glares, soothes or freaks Does that entice you to look deeper within? Dare you see further through the cracks of my skin? There’s more […]

Comets Passed

Crestfallen, stars’ bright light dimmed Her stardust losing sheen. How many years she waited in hope with faith in dreams? Comets passed light years ago never returning… Her heart abreast her longing soul slowly capsizing. Captivated young, tender heart now lost in universe’s dark shrouded by the expanse her heartstrings waning.. ~ Copyright ©yikici 2017-infinity

Impasto Lies

Your smile, sweetly fixed everyday,An impasto note-filled-tears, hearts disarray, How it harbours your core within, A hollow taunt of what might have been; Yet, still you mask all behind, your sweet grin. When you tremble, none’s aware, A cold you’ve got, you say to those who care; None the wiser, they are to you,  If […]

Natures’ Life Creations

Andalusian skies Beneath it Coral blaze Defining all its hues Entices creative Fate. Gather all its notes Hear melodies of song Igniting imaginations Just pure creations. Kestrels in the air Looping prey of theirs, (Moments of natural fight) -Nature’s Only way -Part of its cycle -Quelling for survival. Reality versus fiction So what’s your latest […]

Fates’ Seal

Falling in circles diameters expand, a spinning top whirling- at whose command? Steps to enlightenment, drop with each girth of the wheel; freedom is sold with reigns which are concealed. Sinking in quicksand, a hand grasps tight, pulling- yet pushing, deceiving our plights. Free to be living. Is that really true? Or perhaps ’tis our […]