Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Not Even a Miracle

Yesterday, I felt we do not know each other
Since, all this while you were here but never connected with me
Emptiness, was so much that it is impossible to explain
I really was in deep pain and even now I am
The feeling was worst than hell.
My life without you was very lonely
However, I slowly started to believe you never even existed
Then, yesterday I saw your pretty face which always was my weakness.
How can I tell you that last night I could not even sleep?
Only, kept on thinking about you because your pretty face made me feel so weak
I did turn to be weak since once you used to be my strength
Reality remains that we can never be one even if we wanted to
Not even a miracle can change that, even if we believe in miracles.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013

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Not even a miracle can change the fact that we have lost each other forever. I will always miss your pretty face since you were the only girl who understood me and knew who I really am. At the moment I really feel like crying.

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