Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Loveless I Remain


Emotions undefined, remain in my heart
I feel sad about things, as I do not have any way to express
Emotions undefined, remain in my heart
Feelings are so caught up
Sometimes, I feel so terrible since my heart is very lonely
I wish that I had a purpose behind existing
Nothing, I have
No purpose as such other than this meaningless life.
If love was present then I would have been happier
Wounds, would not remain
Only love will be present
Purpose is not here and I am in pain.
The pain is of being alive without love
I wish that I had a shoulder to comfort my suffering
Terrible, I feel
So caught up I remain
Love, loveless I remain.

Submitted: Saturday, March 02, 2013

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My heart is very lonely and it makes me feel really terrible. Feel so sad but nothing is in my strength. Weak and powerless I really have turned to be.

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