bhavesh bafna

Someday Ill Find Sense Of My Being - Poem by bhavesh bafna

As the darkness starts 2 pravail
So starts the sorry tale
I’m lost in a empty space
aint feelin any warmth in this place
Looking at the mirror tryin 2 figure out my individuality
In Crowds somewhere I’ve lost my own identity
is it a given
aint my life of any significance?
Someday I’ll find a sense of my being

It doesn't really matter how things turns out I
’ll always end up in the world of doubt
No one tried 2 understand
I’m ain't that kinda man
this perpetual prejudice with which the world has treated me with
maybe I didn't needed it
in trying to measure my worth in living
Someday I’ll find a sense of my being

Waitin 2 fullfill my destiny
some sense of special purpose.I’m seeking
preposterous craziness runin through my head
This enigma I cant understand
Life has dictated terms to me
so have hopes deserted me
Someday I’ll find a sense of my being

Got some soul searchin to do...
take the path of life in the direction of something new
maybe things will comearound
maybe ill find the higher ground
that’s when I’ll start a new beginning
Someday I’ll find sense in my being

The world has offered choices conditions to live
Soon ill b back on my feet
I ain't loosening the grip on my life so easily
Would try and rediscover my strengths
life each day teaches a new meaning
Someday ill find a sense of my being.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, December 18, 2006

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