Our OWN cliche Forget the expensive chocolates and champagne,
And the dozen half wilted red roses.
As long as I can somehow have you forever,
Cheap whiskey and strings of daisy chains
Will be more than enough for me.
Forget the 'atmospherically lit' fancy restaurant ,
With its long and unpronounceable menu.
Just a simple moment shared with you
Fish and chips by candlelight (because the power is out)
Is perhaps silly, but in my eyes just as romantic.
Forget the gold and diamond encrusted monstrosities,
Dismiss talk of carats and such gaudiness.
Expensive won't make me love you somehow more,
Than if you chose to - on bended knee, propose;
Broken Love Sonnet Why do you never fail to break my heart?
I lived for you and gave you all my soul
Now since the end I don't know where to start
To fix myself and once more make me whole
You watched me cry and made me dry my tears
With sheets filled with memories of the past
I followed you beyond my greatest fears
For just a moment's high that did not last
For all the pain in my life I could list
The hardest was your silent blow to me
You ignored me like I did not exist
But from chains of guilt God has set me free
Once I followed you and called you my love
But now I follow hope that's from above
Cliche You say my love is cliché
But hey, it's so true
For you, I'd give the world
And then some
For you, I'd give my heart
And then some
For you, I'd give my life
Until it's all gone
You say my love is cliché
And I would venture to say
Because you see
What's wrong with true devotion?
It sends my soul into an explosion
Mind in motion
You are my potion
I would even venture to say
I love you more then roses
I care for you more then the beautiful blue jay
Like lark song littering the daylight
I miss you when you cannot stay
As the stone cold stern of the boat is leaving the bay
Waves rocking it to sleep
Cliche "I'm happiest when I'm with you."
"You're beautiful inside and out."
Somehow when you say them,
They sounds less cliche and more
I'm sorry, was that too cliche?