lokesh pant


got somethin worst.that is life Poem by lokesh pant


This is the story i am going to sing rather than.keepin inside
it’s seems like tears everywhere, wet nights wet nightmares
tears and just tears in the eyes
there is a kind of shadow in my eyes leting me laugh leting me cry every single time
but again somethin is missing.i don’t know
even no one knows what life i gotahead what is life without you
no one knows not even me and you
you seems like in middle of ur dream u seems like sleepy yet ur eyes are wet
i think they dream.they dream abt me
they cry for me
god seems upset without you with me…world seems like strange
i am in a hell without no knowladge how to survive here my master is gone
how m going to live.it’s a secret

noone cares what is life all abt this long life is all abt you
there is kind of shadow teasing, crawling and running..out of my hand
i don’t no no one knows what life i got ahead without you
it’s in middle.broken and lost

Submitted: Tuesday, August 25, 2009

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