“Never gonna give you up
Never gonna let you down

Never gonna dessert you”

I would suggest that we just take it day-to-day…

Why do people say these things?

These things seem to me false predictions of a future in love.

Whether it be said in a song, a poem, movie or an essay-

It doesn’t much translate in reality, when we’re face-to-face.

“I’d do anything, just to hold you in my arms

Anything to make you laugh”

The moment you have that someone, the thrill of the chase is gone.

Lack of effort is augmented and this makes your lover do anything but laugh.

“I will always love you…”

But, we cannot be together.

Proximity is an issue, and our work schedules don’t quite mesh.

“Love is stronger than pride”


Certainly not mine.

“Have you Ever?”

Yes…I have, though sadly haven’t.

Because intimacy and vulnerability are parallel to trust and hurt- I’ll trust no one, I won’t be hurt.

“If you ask me to…”

I’ll have to think about it.

A beautiful mystery is the inception of dating.

Falling is easy-

The staying in love is arduous work.

“Talk to me”

But don’t tell me too much, a past, that we all have maybe upsetting.

I see people losing every day because they would rather stay together, for no reason but convenience and being alone is too uncomfortable.

“Love is blind”

Then take away Cupid’s bow and arrow!

“It’s better to have loved and lost…”

What some of us have lost we’ll never find again.

“We’re all poets when our heart is broken…”

I agree with that…

Help me understand what exactly all the cliched phrases mean

“A word, without action means nothing”

Again, I agree.

Are we doomed or destined to be caught in the cycle of love?

No one has an answer

And no ones asked the right question

“What I write, I write only for you”

“Promise you’ll never let go”

There are limits to the weight my arms can hold.

“I would walk 500 miles”

Why can’t we meet in the middle?

“Love is a battlefield”

Please, why must we fight?

“I’d take one million bullets for you”

How many would you take?