Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

A Lost Boy Poem by Rohit Sapra

A boy is so lost that he has no place to go
He feels really isolated as nobody understands his grief.
Basically he stays always in his house, goes nowhere
His world is based on thoughts
Thoughts, which always keep him busy
As he writes everything, during the darkness of night.
At night he likes stillness in the environment
Environment is of isolation and then little boy cries so much
Tears of his go unheard as nobody really cares about him.
Most people in this world consider him to be insane
Even though he remains always silent
Says nothing to anybody
Only lives his life in his own way
Yes, the boy is weird since he is different
Does not behave like others do
Does it take his right away of being treated as a human?
Loneliness has always surrounded this boy as he still feels scared at times
Due to the fact that he has no friends
The little boy is lost and nobody even cares to wipe tears from his face
This lonely boy weeps in pain
Desperately, seeks for help, wants a friend
Just one friend, to fill his life with joy
Nothing ever changes as the boy remains so lost.

Submitted: Sunday, July 28, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013

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