Rohit Sapra

(7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Help Me God


God, I do not know what is happening to me?
I am starting to feel so much pain again
Life, just never gets better
Always, some sort of difficulty is presented
How can I even manage to deal with such things?
Please, give me strength so I can deal with difficulties.
I know people will never like me
As they simply do not understand me.
Everyone still shows a form of hatred
This feeling is very difficult to go through
However, I cannot just give up.
I have certain goals set for myself
Which, I do require to achieve
Even if this world and everyone in it hates me
I cannot give up.
Dear god, just present me some strength
Since, I cannot lose this battle called life
Let me prevail, through your strength and of mine.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Grant me some strength as dearest god, you are my only hope.

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