Treasure Island

Dianne jennifer Stephens

(30.9.1961 / Australia)

Was I ever here


Here I was, or was I here
Lets look and see

Front row, neville, chanel and leigh
Yes they resemble me
Second row, sibblings with children
All here for me

But was I ever here
People weeping, hankies a flood
I cannot believe

Sorrow and despaire
A man sits alone
He suffered a loss
Unable to containe
The cause of his great pain

Lance im here, I want to call
As i put my hand upon your knee
My heart aches, such love for me

Yes I was here
Its plain to see
I still am
Look above feel me

Submitted: Saturday, April 22, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, January 28, 2009

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