Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Non-Fiction


Horror surrounds and it is to be erased
Somehow, this terror is needed to be eradicated
Have to escape these walls of sorrow
To search for traces of life is essential for continuance of mine
Although, where and how is something incomprehensible
Can I escape this isolation by finding sacred light?
Horror covers and all this is my realistic description
This is non-fiction, just revealing to you.

Submitted: Sunday, February 23, 2014
Edited: Monday, February 24, 2014

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  • Silver Star - 7,536 Points Geetha Jayakumar (2/24/2014 12:59:00 PM)

    A Beautiful poem Rohit. You especially mentioned Non-Fiction, but the words of fictions used here horror, terror.
    I am not just making fun of you. I am just telling, after a month when you read this poem, will this give the same meaning, or some changes you will find in this poem or when you are in some good mood, will the poem look same or something different.
    In the same way everything will change, which is certain. No days are going to be the same.
    If you want you can delete this comment after reading it.
    I liked your poem. (Report) Reply

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