Treasure Island

taye hosea

(5/21/97)

Sometimes i cry


Sometimes i cry and tears come out of my eyes.
i cry and i dont know why.
i cry when i leave my babies.
and i cry when i dont get treated like a young lady.
i cry when i look on the news, and hear someone died, and i start crying. and nobody stops to ask why am i crying.........
and i would love to say because everybody's dying but instead i would say...... nothing.
i cry when my brother died, ......
i cried and cried and cried.......... until i couldnt open my eyes
because all the lies my father told me when he died.......
and so i cried somemore.........
but when i cry(and i dont know why) .......
nobody stops to ask why........: (

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 17, 2014

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  • Kelly Seale (6/9/2013 2:01:00 PM)

    I would be asking, with all that you've been dealt... if you haven't cried... with all the feelings that you've felt.
    (Everybody needs a good cry. even men. Love this write taye.; -) Kelly. (Report) Reply

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