Can YOU Spare Some Change?




Molly Mccord 

embers

can you find relief in my bosom? 
reality in my wisdom? 
place aside pointless power struggles?
we were destined for dissuasion

no preordained honeymoon 
void of fireworks and passionate dreams 
a Renaissance of sorts 
you'll find me amongst a sea of the unloved 

drawn in as bees to the sweetest perfumed blossoms 
carefully timed yet empty lullabies 
disillusioned by stone cold hearts 
why is the toll always so high?

firm stances at the drawbridge 
painstaking lifting to reveal all we were meant to be 
hell on earth when brilliant light conquers the dark 
sacrificing love for the comfort of emotional abandon 

trusting in evolution of a magnetism designed to disarm insecurity 
allowing one's eternally soul-filled awareness to 
...slowly burn away


© 2014 MCG

It's Ok To Want To Be Loved! ~ Troy Spry




"So many people believe that wanting love and wanting to love someone is a sign of weakness. It seems the "tougher" people get the weaker they really are."

 ~ Troy Spry

Truly Understanding

I asked if our connection has dimmed. You said never. While I want to believe that, it washed away when your next statement made it crystal clear that I don't take priority over anything in your life. So, while my mind responded "I definitely understand...", what my heart really understands is that...

~ I can't pay for or fix how you've been wronged by others
~ It's easy to be "cyber friends" but even easier to move on
~ The lures that got me are the same that repulse me now
~ A well-crafted reason is nothing more than an excuse
~ You presumed I was an average chick, receptive to a few sweet nothings and willing to give you part of me in return for a meaningless illusion of attraction
~ Perhaps you don't want to be loved
~ Maybe you're afraid someone will genuinely care for you
~ It's not my job to convince you of my authenticity
~ No matter how closely you seemed to align with the soulmate God has for me, maybe it was just a taste of what to anticipate - simply not the real deal 

It hurts to accept it, but releasing you from my heart has to be part of my growth experience.

It hurts like hell, but I simply deserve better.

Lyrical Fire ~ Preview "The Box" ~ Eric Roberson's Latest





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Life, Love & Fire ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin



"Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire." 

~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

soul coincidences


i desire to make forever memories with you 
not cautious but of the vivacious life and love-filled kind 
exploring one another in the hushed air of a misty dayspring
experiencing the newness of our connection 
synchronistic 
intimate 
gratifying 

time disregarded for mere presence and harmony 
eluding the perception of reality 
adeptly entering my physical realm 
mutually dissolving the detrimental mask of strength 
pliable 
resolved 
restored 

hearts conspiring to be faithful to our core desires 
God allows me to see you in your purest form 
healed through connection and kismet 
we breathed in a struggle with self, exhaled peace and favor 
defining 
succulent 
genesis 

©2014 MCG

Just Love...Can We?



“I look at you, and I just love you, and it terrifies me.
It terrifies me what I would do for you.”

~ Liam Stewart


While my declaration of love is free and confident, perhaps it's a tad bit premature, but I only think of loving him. Being supportive, making his life easier and more pleasurable. The list goes on, but the truth is that while the quote above is reflective of the reassured and "down for you" side of me, that familiar uneasiness with the unknown kicked in. 

Can I really just love? 

Can I remove the past from the equation and solely embrace the newness and fullness of our experience? 

Will I be the one to eliminate the residue of wrong and misplaced character judgements to reveal his core nature? One that is giving, sincere, loving and loyal.

My intent to love is pure...at this point. Perhaps it's because I don't have anything invested yet and vice versa. I feel like I have a 20/20 perspective on this, but you never know until something triggers a heartfelt emotion - good or unpleasant. I guess realizing this is the starting line for just loving as life unfolds :-)