Imti Longchar

Rookie (23 October / Nagaland)

God! I am broken


I never knew i could be this broken, helplessly broken
I never knew there could be this much silence in me
Oh! God its painful to go on this way
I never knew i could be this broken hearted for loving someone so badly

What kind of feeling is this where my heart does not understand that she is not mine
How can i tell my heart that she belongs to someone already where she has given her heart away
When will this feeling end, and get subsided, Is it madness?
How can i explain my heart that you are not mine.

Why cant i face you yet why am i stuck in you?
I know i am stubborn and can never move on.
Looks like it will never raise again and love the way i love you
I love you but, I dont know why, i have fallen too deep in you
I dont want to cry but tears just roll down, Why am i so helpless?

Why cant i see in someone to fall for her
Why cant i see in someone else what i saw in you,
And become madly in love with her like i am with you
Why do i feel suffocated so much
And why do i feel lonely when everyone is around me.

When will i smile?

Submitted: Friday, May 06, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 06, 2011
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