Solace and sanity – Taylor Grace

Your hand released

Everything changed

Family extracted

Like I never existed




Little girl

Tear filled eyes

Stains down on her cheeks

Scars across her tiny body




Love, a foreign dream

Comfort, no such thing

Tragedy, encompassed grief




Those dark brown eyes

Concealing what they have seen

Visual antipathy




Little smile

Pasted on perfectly

Something she learned

Authentic joy a mystery




Separated siblings

Mix and Match despite their feelings

 Disposed of completely




Another child

Made to pay the price

Adult responsibilities

Addiction’s insanity




Seven years old

Lifetime of misery

Wise beyond belief

Desperately pursuing stability




Running to escape memories

Desperate for harmony

Just a little safety and peace




Wonderment in simple things

Never taking each breath for granted

 Every day a new opportunity




Thoughts infiltrating

Positive healing

Complete tranquility




Lost in the majestic beauty

Embraced by strength

Smile on her face

Kissed by the sunlight

Absolute comfort



Some days a domestic goddess, and other days a lost woman that still hasn’t bothered to brush her hair. My journey is full of life’s whimsical tales, love, laughter, heartache, trauma, passion, fantasy and everything in between. My writing is raw, sometimes too raw but I write it anyways, it’s my truth, my voice and I will share it. I’ve been described as honest, even complicated and have a whole lot of sassy undertones, so things get interesting, even comical at times. 

Glad you are here and hope you enjoy reading my thoughts, stories and poems, as much as I enjoyed writing them! xoxo

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