A Poem by Tiffany K. Charles

I fell in love with a peasant, who was as good as the luscious green mile. Loving, caring, and soothing, with one stroke of his hand my heart was booked. Into a prison that had sown us closer together, but his insecurities ripped us apart. He wanted me on him like dope.

I fell in love with a Nobleman, owning nothing but his smile. He had good looks and a titled name, but nothing that makes the soul hooked. With sinister ways and a glutinous heart. He killed his light with too much hope.

I fell in love with a king, who stole the apple of my eye. He bartered my apple for attention and lust, only wanting to waste my time. To make me rotten to the core. With nothing but mischief and sabotage at the root.

I feel in love with a Shaman, who showed me that I could fly. He took my deity from my whole, and showed me the Universe I can soar, the celestial latter that I must climb. He taught me the ancient ways of a great Moor. And gifted me the Universal knowledge of the Nommo to boot.

I fell in love with a God, and I ascended to a realm where all that existed was my power and all my glory. My highs, my lows and my truths. My lessons learned and my high priestess magic. He gave me my third sight and my new Moon. I gained the knowing of all that I know . Nothing is more and nothing is less. I am therefore I am and I am more that I ever could be.

© 2017 Tiffany K. Charles

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Added on September 27, 2017
Last Updated on September 27, 2017


Tiffany K. Charles
Tiffany K. Charles

Hollywood, FL

"Deep within my mind...... far beyond the dark cracks and spaces .... is my mind palace.... a creepy place...... damp and wet..... and..... there. In that palace.... Is where I house all my mental inf.. more..