Growing up I believed that you only love once. That the first time you met that someone it will last forever. When you're a starry eyed kid, the word cliche is not even in a radius of 100km of your surrounding.
Now, in the quarter part of my life, everything is a cliche.
Falling in love at first sight? Cliche.
Falling in love with your enemy? Cliche
Dancing in the rain in a moment of happiness? Cliche. (well, it's gay broadway to some.)
Crying along with the rain? Cliche
Doing certain things to show your love that you never thought you ever will do? Cliche.
Everything, is a cliche as you grow older. Even the things that could make you happy. As the hair grows grey, we lost the ability to see the simplicity of happiness in little things. We discard it for an even bigger one, though most of the time it eludes us.
We rather be 'cool' and say everything is a cliche rather than accept the happiness that is there.
Falling in love at first sight? Oh yes! I love it.
Falling in love with your enemy? Oh yes I've done it.
Dancing in the rain in a moment of happiness? Hell yeah! Let's swing from the lampost even!
Crying along with the rain? I'm in touch with my inner self.
Doing certain things to show your love that you never thought you ever will do? I'm proud to say I have.
The biggest secret we keep unfortunately is our heart's desire. Because that to us, is the biggest cliche of all.