Here we go again.
You’re laying in the dark.
Everyone else is sound asleep.
Your cheeks become wet.
Small streams form on your face.
You shove your face in your pillow.
You worry your whimpers might wake the others.
You soon transition to the shower.
Maybe the water will cover up the sound?
Once the tears begin to slow, you dry yourself off.
You return to your bed and cross your fingers.
But then it begins again.