Treasure Island

Rohit Sapra

(7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

A Fake World


You, I thought were my true friend
Loved you more than my own little brother
Never did treat you indifferently
However, you are just like others
You go with the wind and follow it
Actually, I thought you will forever remain same
Never ever you will change, I really thought so.
It hurts so much and I cannot express it in words
Thought that you will forever be true to our friendship
Sometimes, I just feel like crying
Although, I do know that it is no use
Since, you do not care
This is another error of having so much faith in someone
Thought, you were my true friend
Will never care about anyone anymore, since a true friend is nobody
All that people do, is go with the wind
Till the wind favours them, they are with it
The moment the direction of the wind becomes less favourable
Everyone stops following it
It hurts, to actually feel this feeling
Nobody cares, it is a fake world.

Submitted: Saturday, May 12, 2012

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This poems is about a friend whom I thought was my best friend because I actually cared about him more than my own brother. However, he changed and stopped being my friend because I have depressions and just because I am a smoker. Never, have I ever wanted to spoil anyone although not even my care is ever understood.

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