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si-lence [sahy-luhns] noun, verb, si-lenced, si-lenc-ing, interjection
1. absence of any sound or noise; stillness.
2. the state of being forgotten; oblivion
3. absence or omission of mention, comment, or expressed concern
i think more often then not we are constantly in search for the right words
to say in different situations in our lives. always worried that we are going to say
the wrong thing and hurt someone in the process of all of our confusion.
but i've come to find that
sometimes not saying anything at all hurts a lot more then saying something.
all i want is a "i'm sorry for what happened" maybe then i wouldn't feel the way i
do. maybe if i heard those words i wouldn't be so disappointed in myself. i thought i
knew better, but man oh man did you have me fooled. but thats the thing about silence.
i'll never really know what goes through your head, nor do i really care to know.
i believed in you. you proved me wrong. and all i have is silence and disappointment.