Not so cheesy kind of love

Love, we weren’t looking for it,
We just found it in each other.
Companionship like no other,
Forged by mutual respect and trust.
 
You never went down on your knees,
And neither did I.
We never sore those cheesy promises,
We just lived it every day.
 
Day after day our love grew deeper,
As we overcame each obstacle,
Every fight, every misunderstanding,
We faced it, together as one.
 

I’d give my life for you.
Take a bullet to protect you.
You’d do the same, I know.
But do you know, that’s the easy part?
 
Dying in the name of love is easy.
It’s an instinct, the need of the moment.
But do you know what’s hard?
The things we’ve been doing each day.

 
Accepting each other’s quirks and flaws,
Standing together in the toughest time,
And when there’s million reasons to give up.
Finding one, good one to hold on.

Featured image by: JUAN FERNANDO YECKLE from Pixabay

48 thoughts on “Not so cheesy kind of love

    1. WildHeart says:

      Awwwww Rishabh, soooo sweet of you! But don’t shy away from saying awww or expressing your feelings just because you’re a man. You may want to read my other poem, ‘Men Don’t Cry’ . Thank you so much Rishabh, your appreciation means a lot to me!! ❤️

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    1. WildHeart says:

      Yep! Sometimes I wonder what would have happened if Romeo and Juliet didn’t die. Would Romeo leave Juliet once he sees someone more beautiful, just like he forgot about Rosaline after he laid his eyes on Juliet?? 😋🤔🤔🤔

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      1. WildHeart says:

        Thank you! I’m glad I got it right. But I didn’t know that. And I really like to learn. So, I truly mean it, correct me when I’m wrong. I’ll never know I’m wrong unless someone tells me. 😊❣️

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      2. Greg Dennison says:

        You’re right… sometimes we need people to tell us when we’re wrong.

        “Every day” means exactly what it says, every day. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. “I eat breakfast every day.” “Everyday” is an adjective meaning common, ordinary, suitable for something you do every day and not for special occasions. “I changed out of my formal suit into my everyday clothes.”

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