Monday, March 15, 2010

Can't Keep Running Away

I am spoiled. I realized in just a short amount of time that a certain someone has spoiled me beyond belief. They can talk to me about anything without being afraid of me running away and I now expect the same from everyone else.

I expect to be able to put it out there and have it put out there in return. Instead, I got the same old games and it is extremely dissapointing. I do not like certain aspects of my life right now. There are a few things I would change and the level of communication I experience is definitely one of them. Surely it is possible to have wonderful verbal communication as well as physical? You don't have to settle for one or the other, right?

Seriously, after a certain age both men and women should be able to plainly ask for what they want, ask for what they need and what they are looking for? They should be able to express how they feel in plain terms without belittling or malicously hurting the other person. Seriously...

At what point, at what age, at what life experience do you can't keep running away?

Until Next Time,
Peace & Blessings...


  1. It's hard to find people who put there heart on the table like that. We're living in a world where trust is a rare gem. But we should get to a point in life where we stop playing games, and just be our true selves. With ourselves and with others. And don't accept anything less.

  2. I agree with LadyLee, so few folks are ready to trust, be open, honest and caring. I ahve decided in my life to stand where I stand without compromise. I do not have to spend time with folks who don't want to live with a full heart and willing spirit. I can accept folks for who they are, but I do not have to entertain mess.

  3. Honestly I don't know at what age and if others find it at all. As long as you have it with you, all is well.

  4. I think that we all come that place at different times. Unfortunately, when we cant get there at the same time...somebody gets hurt.

  5. I think it's possible. And I think as long as you refuse to settle as a woman, like you are, it will one day become your reality.

    Wise sista, indeed.