Spoken Word: Can You Help Me?

It is the risk and length one can go to display credibility

Spoken Word: Can You Help Me?

Dating today is speeding down a highway with lanes absent

She asked; "In this open pace how can I tell if he loves me?"
Truth be told on the onset only with blinders you’ll see
First date is designed to create an impression
It’s an elaborate interview with no background discretion
Location and amenities can even come into play
Depth and fancy of interviewee can swing things away
A melding in like ways of thought can make life bloom
It is time, respect and situations that’ll give love it’s room

The litmus test for relationships are family and parents
Some build towards, others dissect as to what’s not pertinent
Is it the introvert that takes romance out of love to be alone
Avert in utilizing quality physical time for the technical dome
Single may seem like a trend until youth vanishes
When technicality reaches its peak and physicality perishes
Dating today is speeding down a highway with lanes absent
Tomorrow life and parental needs will display what’s relevant

When love is strong the desire is to keep in plain view
A partner will light a flambeau at high noon to find you
To prove love some people will reach the extreme
For a broken bone with hope is more than it seems
Some lovers will take from Samson the asses jawbone
And beat him relentlessly with it all the way home
Not that violence will prove strength nor vulnerability
It is the risk and length one can go to display credibility


Note: William "Bubbles" Galloway is MNI Media's Resident Spoken Word Contributor