My Journey in Time

Life, It's Never What We Expect Follow Me On My Writing Journey

Looking deep inside There is this fragile girl Asking why they didn’t want me Why they turned their backs The strength of who I have become Has pushed the fragile girl further down Silencening the thoughts The guilt that shouldn’t be there Stemming from years of manipulated truths Brainwashed into believing it was normal Shunned …

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No Longer

Author Tiffani Slaughter

Yesterday was Fathers Day I felt no sudden desire to call you I felt no shame for not sending a card There was no urgency Absolutely no need Nothing could have implored me Instead I woke up and celebrated A man that actually cared A man that has raised my daughters In a way I …

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I swear when the world starts to tumble it just keeps going. Like an earthquake with the multitude of aftershocks that follow To not only find out someone so close to you is sick. To find out that sickness hurt those closest to me even more. What happens then when you reach out to get …

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How can one overcome so many years of sadness and heartache? How can one learn to shake off the last when it never goes away? How do you tell your loved ones that you are fragile and need a handle with care sticker tattooed right in. Things that are funny never feel that way. While …

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A New Day

Author Tiffani Slaughter

Staring into the dark watching as the light slowly washes over the valley The sun is just rising and life is awakening all around me Birds are sing melodious morning tunes As if lulling me into a trance The breeze, oh so slight, warmth already clinging to the air Turmoil around every turn no end …

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Flashes of light creep into the darkness Tightness starting to fade Finding you can do anything They don’t have to believe, that is not important Crawling, out of the night as if you’ve never seen the sun Wincing as the sun grazes your pale white skin It settles in and sends a warmth never known …

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