"I could smell the hurt on her.
The confidence was washed off
by the fools who could not
understand how precious her heart is.
She doesn't walk the same,
nor talk the same.
I can't blame her, but I am hoping she
sees that loving her is my only intention."
- Pierre Jeanty
Iman Fenty always put others before herself. She was a person who'd give the clothes off of her back, and the shoes off her feet to someone in need, even if it meant she went without. Within the midst of a tragedy, she begins to lose herself-her confidence, her self-love, and even her desire to live. She becomes unrecognizable to her family and friends, and her wall becomes tougher and higher than ever. But when someone comes along with nothing but Good Intentions, will she be able to find herself again?