Watch you walk away from here,
Into the shade from my sight.
As the lights stream in from dusty openings,
Blinding my view.
Your footsteps growing fainter,
Themselves individual laughter,
As I loose you from reach.
And my voice calls out,
"Where will you be, when I need you?"
But I don't need an answer to know.
As they turn to look at the jealously
"Nothing sparks human interest, like human tragedy."
Light shining from the day outside
Brings me back to where I am
The vivid light burning into my eyes
Like screaming from an infant
The pain pounds into my head
What was that look in your eyes.
Only see a glimpse of you down the row
The table obscures you out of my view
I look to one and the hard glance reminds
I am not one of you.
I look back forward in my place
But what was that look in your eyes
The crowds in commotion surrounding
But I can still see you and I know
You can't see me
I fear what you think or what you don't
I could look back but I know the face
The firey blue eyes that loos