Latasha Humphries was born Latasha Elaine Jeanette Roberson on May 22, 1977. She was raised by her mother and a host of aunts and uncles, growing up with an unknown father who was/has been MIA. At the age of eight a life altering event caused her to acknowledge and embrace her gift of writing. She has been writing poetry since that time. She was given the gift of seven beautiful children. Unfortunately, in 2002 she experienced the loss of her 3 year old daughter, Ki’Tanna Alaysia Elaine Humphries. She fought the system in an attempt to keep custody of her two other children at that time. Three years after burying her daughter she was sent to prison for 5 years. During her time of incarceration she began to strive to help others by using her experiences of pain, trials, and tribulations. Today she is continuing her education and continuing her fight to help others and improve the lives of those she loves. On June 07, 2012 she was reunited with her oldest son that “people” told her she would never see again. She finds herself relying on several inspirational words and thoughts. She prays that one of these can be an inspiration to someone else. “If you put it out there they can’t use it against you”, “As long as someone else is talking about that means you are important to them. Because while you’re handling your business they’re too busy watching you to handle theirs”, “If you cannot change it yourself don’t stress, you will only make yourself sick”, and “If you look for love you will only find pain, if you love yourself true love will find you.”
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