Chris McCullough


The Pain Of Loss - Poem by Chris McCullough

Pain, the thing I feel after one betrays a friend.
Remorse, the feeling felt afterwards.
Not only does remorse sometimes cause pain, but also it all leads to depression.
Some people think I’m crazy but I know the truth.
Madness is happiness in a crazy sort of way.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 26, 2005



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