Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

A Sandy Girl Poem by Rohit Sapra

Truth in me remains
My reality and dream you were
You were the partner, with whom I wanted to travel on my every journey
My real dream and my existence you were
The very beginning of my day you were
That glittering red rose, I always stared at before beginning my day
It was you, reality of my soul you were
Broken fragments, you joined for me
Helped me you did, while I was stuck within those four walls
Always, you said I was your E-pal and it used to hurt me so much
Whenever, you used that word for my love, it was torturing for me
My very beginning you were, as far true love is concerned
Now, even if I ever do start to love someone again
That, will never ever be as pure and true
So much I remember you, whenever I glance towards a beautiful sandy girl
Lovely sandy skin, still reminds me of only you
This misery is so painful, to get over with
Forever, I know you are gone
It hurts so much, your face I still visualize
Whenever, I see a sandy girl.

Submitted: Saturday, May 12, 2012

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These verses basically are about my love, which I had for a Beautiful Brown Girl. I have always had a fancy for Dark Colour Skin.

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