You see the anguish- the desperately yearning to belong.
You see the hopelessness and despair- the wondering if things will ever get better.
You see the fear- the knowing he/she could be physically or psychologically attacked at any moment, or many even killed.
You see the sadness- the wanting to cry but not daring to for fear of looking weaker than they already look to others.
You see the determination- the determination to survive another day.
You see the silent pleas for help- help that is being denied and seems to never come.
You see the lack of trust in humanity- because the person has been let down too many times. How can that trust be restored?
You see the exhaustion- the weariness of the constant battle they face.
Lastly, you see the yearning for peace- the desperately wanting the war to stop so they can relax, breathe, and not have to fight anymore.