Although not strictly in the cryptic style, there is a consistency among the clues that makes me think that these are the answers
"End of a text" gives the definition and "lead by a former lover" gives part of the wordplay, referring to EX at the beginning. Wordplay is absent for the CERPTS part.
"Not one place" is the definition and "contain a cry of pain" refers to the OW contained in the word. Wordplay for the N HERE part is absent.
"vegan ingredients" is the definition and "Spawn in" refers to the EGG contained in the word. Wordplay for V IES is absent.
"Freeholder" is the definition. "their end in the Middle East" is OMAN. Wordplay for YE is absent.
Obtained by taking the first letter of each answer, in order, and certainly not a "good feeling".
A note on the style (if I am right)
Conventionally, cryptic clues like these should contain a definition part and wordplay for the whole clue (so the solver can verify their answer).
For example, the third clue could be Spawn in last four of movie's ingredients.
Although not a brilliant surface, this would capture the V IES in the wordplay as well as the EGG.