Abigail Hauschild

Rookie - 110 Points (4/4/97 / Illinois)

Opurtunity


Opportunity
Loss it seems is the worst kind of sorrow
Loss of a dream
Loss of a person
But what of the loss of opportunity
Opportunity for a dream
Opportunity for time with a person
Can not having the chance of loss
Be worse than loss itself
More prominent
More painful
An aching sense that if only you’d had the chance
You would at least have memories
Good
Bad
Would it matter as long as you could remember
Loss it seems is the worse kind of sorrow
But worse still is the loss of opportunity

Submitted: Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, November 16, 2011

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  • Gold Star - 15,145 Points John Westlake (10/29/2014 8:46:00 PM)

    How very true. They say that regret can be the worst sort of thing that you have, but regret of missed opportunities can be even worse. However if you take the ones with greatest reward to you, you can minimise this by quite a bit. Stay strong (Report) Reply

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