Liza Wick

You understand

when you had died I went to school
and I saw in peoples eyes
they did not understand
I know you understood
at your funeral I could not cry
and I saw in peoples eyes
they did not understand
I know you understood
at your grave I broke down
and I saw in peoples eyes
they did not understand
I know you understood
at the gathering after your funeral
I could not stay
and I saw in peoples eyes
they did not understand
I know you understood
I do not wear black clothes
and I see in peoples eyes
they do not understand
I know you understand
because you see me cry
in the night when it is dark
and noone is around to judge

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 01/29/2008.

 

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