ADAM OWENS

(20/04/77 / Salford)

It's funny how


It's funny how hello
is always accompanied by good bye

It's funny how good memories
can start to make you cry

It's funny how forever
never seems to last

It's funny how much you'd lose
if you forgot about your past

It's funny how good friends
can just leave you when your down

It's funny how when you need someone
they're no-where to be found

It's funny how people change
to make themselves seem better

It's funny how many lies
are packed into one love letter

It's funny how people can forgive
but they can never really forget

It's funny how one night
can be filled with so many regrets

It' s funny how ironic
life turns out to be

It's funny how none of these things
seem really funny to me.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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Was just thinking about how people are, how they come and go and how some treat us as they pass through.

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