Treasure Island

Jeremy W. Hammonds

(02/14/1992 / Lumberton, N.C.)

Never-Ending Pain


Can it be
That someone loves me?

Can it be
That I finally love someone?

Can it be
That all this pain and hate
Is about to be replaced by love?

I tell myself things have changed,
But deep inside I know things are still the same,

Soon this love will turn into pain,
And then this pain into hate,

But I tell myself things have changed
To temporarily ease the pain.

Submitted: Friday, March 31, 2006

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