Masks by Tammy S. Thomas

We wear masks to protect us from harm

An armor, which is always on guard

No more wearing your heart on your sleeve

Wearing this mask to protect me from heartache and pain

Hiding the truth from ourselves,

Putting love up onto that shelf

Don’t let them see you put down your guard

Some of the things, I am always telling myself

Laugh now

And cry later

Behind those closed doors…

Once the mask is on there is no hurting anymore.

© Tammy S. Thomas

Except from the book Emotional Soul of a Poetess

Emotional Soul of a Poetess by Tammy S. Thomas

Give your soul the means to let emotion get the better of you. We are often our own worst enemy, and for what? To be meek and mild, to conform, to be accepted? We can only be truly free when we learn to accept ourselves for all we are, good and bad, right and wrong. This poetry collection is tenacious for all the good and right reasons. At times flamboyant and loud, always honest and introspective. This author has mastered the skill of turning a negative experience into a positive outcome, making this book an uplifting and motivating companion.

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About the Author

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You will never know unless you try. Those are the words that Tammy lives by. Born into a military family, she takes the motto “Be all you can be”, to another level. Tammy was inspired to write poetry at the age of fifteen through dealing with life’s experiences.

Her soulful style of poetry is catching like wildfire and you can now find Tammy’s work on multiple social platforms.

Tammy is a single mother of two beautiful daughters, and a grandmother to two grandchildren. If you ask anyone about Tammy, they would say she has a positive and soulful energy about her.



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