Utsav Garach


Who Am I? ? ?


There is an unknown wish, there is an unknown tale
Nor do I have a destination, nor do I have a home
There is an unknown wish, there is an unknown tale
Nor do I have a destination, nor do I have a home

Who am I and who am I looking for
Who am I and who am I looking for
On my lonely path

Tempted are these moments
I am unconscious even when I am conscious
Who am I?
What kind of silence is this that I hear
Tempted are these moments
I am unconscious even when I am conscious
Who am I?
What kind of silence is this that I hear

Who am I and who am I looking for
Who am I and who am I looking for
On my lonely path

No one knows the depth of my loneliness
I keep following my own shadow
No one knows the depth of my loneliness
I keep following my own shadow

Who am I and who am I looking for
Who am I and who am I looking for
On my lonely path

Submitted: Saturday, May 14, 2011
Edited: Saturday, May 14, 2011

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