Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

In The Heart


In the heart so many expressions are
Some are of hurt
Others are of joy
Which shape a person in ways several
To make one sense so much of hate as well as some joy
Is the way heart feels sometimes
Still, hate can only make one even more sadder
As happiness can never be sensed completely
When, even some hate does exist
How can the wounds heal then?
Healing, just comes to an halt
Hate, increases the suffering
Makes one bleed with just sadness
As hate is such an emotion.
Then, only love can come to rescue
By healing the hurt in ways so creative
Creativity, just captures a spirit when love is true for someone.
Love is never about attaining it
As it is about appreciating
The one you truly feel for through emotions
Emotions are not weakness as often thought
Love makes one strong and stronger by inspiring endlessly
To live and only love by forgetting all the hate.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Topic of this poem: Feelings


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