Nah, you ain't going anywhere. You may have hit a flat spot but something that means as much to you as your writing doesn't just dry up and blow away. You still have much to say and we will all be here to share in your reverie.
Take a long slow walk in comfortable surroundings and you will see that I am right. Write on brother, write on.
i feel these last lines speak volumes for this piece but i dont think this is the last hurrah...
i do think you need to connect more with the reader when you write.
find images that say what you want to say and make them sharp so that the reader can understand what it is and what perspective you write from.
right now this piece isnt really saying anything.
what was different back when you used to write? were you in love? what was your inspiration?
and what happened to make writing seems so arduous? where did the words go? do you want them to come back?
i think, if spikuous was a real word, the title is a good idea... a play on words which has the potential to be quite witty but i think you need to bring it into the piece more... at the moment it seems quite unrelated to the content.