Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Till Tears Remain


So lonely I am in this world with no hope. My feelings weep as well my words as I belong nowhere. The way I have turned out to be is totally empty. Nothing I have and nowhere I seem to belong and this is my story which just keeps on increasing in its suffering.
My heart has pain, only feelings of sorrow do remain in my life. Cannot say I am happy, so I just accept this sadness to be as my own. I look for a way so that my wounds can heal although pain never gets a relief ever. It hurts to feel all this however nothing remains within my strength to solve it.
When I smile then my sadness appears to me as fake. As, I am really feeling truly sad then how can I even imagine of smiling anymore? To live is not easy, so the only option which remains is to weep till tears remain.

Submitted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013
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Happiness appears to me as fake and sadness only conquers me again and again. My tears remains forever as even smiles are fading slowly but surely.

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