Rohit Sapra

(7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Expectations


I never claimed to be a perfect soul
Even you know I feel very sad at times
I have depressions and that is really true
Although, while I had you in my life, I offered myself completely
Just because, I actually did love.
Is it my fault that I have a bi-polar personality?
Everything, about me was known by you
I really did not do a favour by loving you
As, loving you was only thing I ever wanted to commit to
To love you was my ultimate wish
I am glad, I did get a glimpse of your love
My love for you was really true
I am not making up stories
However, I do admit that my love for you started to die a slow death
That is when I expressed to you, I cannot feel your love anymore
Truth, it certainly is as I could not prove to be a perfect soul
Your expectations, I sadly could not fulfill.

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 25, 2013

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My lost love, you can blame me as much you desire to however I just want to state that I did all I could to love you.

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