Lost Myself in Dark Ocean
I have lost mine everything
Now I want to write something. . .
The things that never take place in my life
But I chase them till last night.
Suddenly I feel
I m not fit for them
That’s why they’d never be mine.
I lost my hopes and drowned
In the ocean of darkness!
Ohh! Gradually I lost everything
Yess hopes are still there.
I m everything, but not discouraged
No, no. . I m a failure,
Good for nothing, Can’t hope anything,
A great loser, A lost ship
May be I am for nothing!
No one is mine.
Who makes my life hell?
Let me remember yes
Let me think
Ohh! My lover or me
Yesss a few words
I am remembering
He left my hand in the mid sea;
I dn’t know how to swim
As I was over-confident,
So I did not keep safety gaurd for me.
He left me and move,
Because he was a good swimmer.
And till that time
I m wandering either and thither
With the direction of waves.
But I have to pay
I have to repent
because I trust a wrong man.
I have to wander !
I have to wander with no direction.
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