“Sometimes your absence will teach what your presence cannot.”
Daughtry, an unconventional success, was hand-carved, primed, and conditioned from the gritty, grimy slums -where making it out just wasn’t logical. While his life is seemingly a chaotic puzzle, he banks on one simple piece to bring him solace, balance, and the will-power needed to bring forth better days -Phifer is her name.
Phifer, the undeniably beautiful and talented freelance writer is as delicate as lamb’s wool. Her mellow essence is alluring and reels in the likes of Daughtry -tattered, bruised, uncertain and all. However, Phifer requires of Daughtry something that his urban background revoked as a pup -emotional availability.
Her love has no limits, yet Daughtry’s discovery of the fact isn’t until she’s slipped from his grasp. Living life to the fullest, Phifer has no time to keep company with a man who is unappreciative of her love and generosity. Daughtry’s tangent of appreciation lays dormant until circumstances has cornered him, finally relieving him of temporary blindness.
In an instant, it is revealed that one’s absence can be far more effective than their presence.