Cody Stephen Heldak

(August 9th 1991 / Chicago)

Unanswered questions


We never know why people do it.
They just do.
The decision to take life.
But not from another.
From one’s self.
The ones who want answers now must wait.
Wait until we can meet again.
And be rejoined.
Right now it seems like our chain is broke.
But no the chain is waiting.
Up there.
It is waiting to rejoin the links.
And to become a family once more.
I know some may believe that it was wrong.
But what do they have to say.
They don’t know what was wrong.
No one does.
And we won’t.
We have to wait.
For the chain to be rejoined.
Any I know there are people reading this.
Who feel the same way I do right now.
Empty and drained.
But you listen here all of your chains will be rejoined.
You wait don’t give up.
I know your all strong people.
And that you have what it takes.
Find your strength within your soul.
And you will have peace.

Submitted: Thursday, May 14, 2009

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  • Smiley Hooker (5/15/2009 12:44:00 AM)

    : -(emptiness, loneliness, hatred and the absence of God. people need people dear Cody and love too. (Report) Reply

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