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The Only Pain That Matters



The Only Pain That Matters
By kennethcook on 06/29/2013
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Yours is the only pain that matters.
To hell with the spine-chilling wails in the night
by the myriad mourners who sit and rock
on the edges of their lonely beds; fingers
clutching and tugging their stringy, sweaty hair.
Yours is the only pain that matters.
Screw the nameless, sorrow-filled thousands
who grit and grind their teeth in brain-liquefying
agony at the irreplaceable loss of a love they cannot
dare to live without; who stand paralyzed with
soul-obliterating, unimaginably intense sadness.
Yours is the only pain that matters.
You dont give one single solitary damn about the
forgotten nobodies who huddle and clutch themselves
in pathetic fetal positions in the dark, dusty corners
and the deep grey shadows of sick, abject loneliness;
their pale faces saturated with hot tears; their glazed
eyes flared wide from personal, unseen terrors and
their white, lanky limbs trembling with a nauseating
horror that thrusts their punctured hearts up into their
throats with a hot, thick, clogging bang and thump.
Yours is the only pain that matters.
Yours is the only heart that breaks.


Kenneth Norman Cook

By kennethcook On 6/29/2013 7:50:07 AM
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