Car Park

You parked the car, the engine stopped
You stepped outside, we went to walk
Across the concrete to the door
Her eyes were looking at the floor
While I was standing to the side
Remembering how much she cried
And knowing she would cry again
Stood silent, and said nothing when
You struck her with the words you spoke
Extracting pain behind a joke
You paused for laughter, locked eyes with mine
Made me complicit within your crime
I'm sorry sis, for laughing then
I swear I'll never laugh again