Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

End Of Happiness - Poem by Rohit Sapra

Have to fight this loneliness somehow although I do not know how to tackle these difficulties. I may seem alive but the smile and the hope to survive has really disappeared. Have no clue as to how I will go about this life. Changing myself will only lead to more destruction of my personality and that is why I will just be the person I am. Hopefully, someday god will see that I deserve a lot more happiness than what I am getting at the present.
My life is okay but not too bright. My words are never understood and that is the only regret I have. Only thing which I wish is that I find my true purpose of being alive in this world. Till now, I have not much clue as to why am I alive?
Hopefully, brightness will appear in my dull life. To be honest my life actually revolved around a girl who was the main reason of me being happy for a long while. Then, all of a sudden misunderstanding shattered the great wall of trust. I was in love with her truly and deeply. I lost her and that was the end of happiness in my life.

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Happiness of my life has really ended. My words can only tell the truth and reality is that I am really very unhappy without her. It is getting really difficult to survive without support of the one I loved the most. Nothing remains since sorrow has showed true colours of it being present. My life is dark, really very dark.

Comments about End Of Happiness by Rohit Sapra

  • Sirajali Kalima (1/31/2013 11:14:00 AM)

    life can be dark when you dont have that something special or someone special.
    the only way achieving something is working hard and being a survivor.
    hope everything goes well for you my brother and by the way i like your poems, they are very
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013

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