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At times, startling:
I mourn the love that's lost
and struggle to accept
this end to all we had,
imposed so ruthlessly on me---
two poems and a conversation
the cause of all my grief
Dotted often with stark images:
time stands still
like the empty pitcher
at the mouth of the village well
Metaphors that move from the solemn:
We became strangers that night
A brief encounter
When you colonized my body.
To the hauntingly lyrical:
solitary against the evening sky
in a land no longer hers, she stands,
leaning against an ancient tree,
haunting---like a shadow of herself
Of agonisingly sweet love:
every take of love,
imaginary or otherwise
is a non-stop parting of ways
Of memories intermingling with nostalgia:
that land is a distant dream, its ending
lost like a forgotten fragrance.
The Exile poems touched my heart. They will touch the hearts of all those who wish to understand the idea of 'Home'.
Wayfaring will be an ideal companion to lonely wanderers and seekers.
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If solitude is nature’s essential condition, loneliness, its second cousin, is a function of being human. As Wayfaring shows, we don’t always choose loneliness; sometimes it chooses us. When it does, it’s seldom romantic and more like one’s own shadow, impossible to disown. This is Tikuli’s relationship with the pain of loneliness. Her words bear scarring anguish, and yet instead of exhausting the spirit, they nourish it. Such is the luminescence of her expressions; they betray a heart that’s gone through fire to turn into gold.