Category Archives: Poetry Tuesday

Mind Full of Mine Fields – Jixi Fox – [#Poetry]



My mind echos my retarded thoughts,
Fixed ambitious of actions I call upon,
We meet, we create a strategy,
We attack, and be beat down,
All opponents, scared or brave,
Their counteract are strong,
Leaving mines on my field,
I am mindful of their ways,
Wanting to blow me up,
Back to my past days,
Or in ways I don’t exist,
So each second, minute, hour, I create,
Explosive ways to set me along my way,
Trials and errors, flawed transitions,
I fight hard to exist,
I know if I am not mindful of mine ways,
As I am of everyone else,
A mine might set off,
Then I will no longer have a mind.

Mind Full of Mine Fields
by: Jixi Fox


By Nature – Jixi Fox – [#Poetry]



By nature, I am a king, so I wear the crown,
I am a happy soul, so I wear a smile not a frown,
The day blends with the night, I dream everywhere I go,
I keep my life consistent everything I do goes with the flow,
I think, I create, I debate, I execute,
I try, I fail, I try again, I aim to win not to lose,
Mirrors shows the side of me, I though was always hidden,
I don’t like to just to receive and take, to the world I have always given,
Love, entertainment, advice and even some random wordplay,
Poetry, free verse, metaphors, comedy are within the realm I stay,
I wear what I like to everyone’s surprise, be random is hell,
I live for my freedom, no thoughts not expressed, locked or jailed,
A free bird by nature, I spread my wings, so I fly,
Can’t stay underground for ever so I aim high in the sky,
No limits, no borders I emerge once again a king,
Life is too short, and can be too long, but always end, FIN.

By Nature
by: Jixi Fox

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Fancy Names – Jixi Fox – [#Poetry]

Those fancy names, dont impress me,
Always been mentioned pound sign trending,
I use to want to fit in,
But now I beg for freedom,
Unbranded until I build it,
A new thought,
A new method,
It is what makes you,
It is what breaks you,
Fancy names arw just that,
They come they can be forgotten.

– Jixi Fox