Caved Mind; Why I didn’t say

LAST DAY✨(CLIMAX) I TOLD!So before you ask me to speakmake sure you are not asking meto put a rope on my kneck so it cracksmake sure the safety you promiseIs not a lone den of afflictionmake sure justice holds it’s definitionmake sure Justice is not lost infinding why Instead of who! NB: Most domestic violenceContinue reading “Caved Mind; Why I didn’t say”

Caved Mind; Why I didn’t say

DAY ELEVEN✨ I TOLD;As I did I became the enemya paint to decorate their placardsa mere tag that trends the mediawhile I told the searched so hardwhy a heart that loved so hardhas grown as ice in the wintertrying so hard point out how I triggeredhis cowardice and insecuritieslike rain their unsolicited accusationan open graveContinue reading “Caved Mind; Why I didn’t say”


DAY SIX✨ I once asked my motherwhat a heroine was?my heart grew cold as she unveiled it;a tireless absorber sucking inall as it unfoldsfor patience, endurance and long sufferingis a medal only brave women holdExcerpt© Akatiki NB: We encourage abuse when we define bravery for a woman by our words or actions to mean enduringContinue reading “CAVED MIND”


Born in a middle class neighborhood, Rukky, like other kids born there, had most of nature’s finest feel to themselves. Was it the orchard where they could pluck ripe fruits to eat? The mountains where they could go playing their hide and seek games or the streams just at the foot of the mountain that served as a pool for the kids? It was nature at its purest, as if a gift from God to the children, but, unlike the others, Rukky, from a very tender age was prevented from joining her peers in the escapades. Always on jackets. At a point, she never understood why…