Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

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Read some old poems of mine yesterday
Earlier I was determined
Also did have a spark
Now, I am fading into darkness
It is like the starter of life, has refused to ignite
No determination remains
Just a washed out creature I have turned into
From where will I find that strength to stand up again?
I left her and she left me too
I said to her that our long lasting love is dying
That was the end of it all
It was the last I ever heard from her
Honestly, that was when I got murdered
My heart and even I lost this fight of life.
Nothing remains to be said, I am no more me
Her, I have completely lost
It all is a crime scene now
My heart keeps on getting murdered again and again
Lost, I have the spark to live
Determination to survive is gone
No more I belong to myself and cannot be of anyone else
See, I am not a liar.

Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2012

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I cannot say anything else as I am the culprit and every second is slowly turning into an experience where I actually feel like committing suicide.

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