Kai Neldner

Rookie (*12-19-1990 † coming up / Berlin)

Nothing Left, Nothing Right - Poem by Kai Neldner

How much more pain can I stand?
You look just fine so I shall die
For how long are my feelings lost?
Depends on if I die tonight

How much Life can I still loose?
I'm unconscious, so don't ask me
What is left that still can die?
You.

How can I not love you,
When I don't even like you?
Why don't I want you as a friend at least,
When I almost don't love?

AND I SHOULDN'T EVEN BE TALKING
BECAUSE THERE IS NO POINT HAVING EMOTIONS
NOTHING EVER MATTERS
BECAUSE LIFE IS UNNECESSARY

How can you live
I don't get it
How can I live?
I don't

How can I die?
When it's still not enough to
How can I live?
When there is not enough to do so

How can I live,
When my souls is already dead?
How much longer do I have to wait,
Until my body follows it?

AND I SHOULDN'T EVEN BE WATCHING
BECAUSE THERE IS NOT SUCH A THINGS AS RELEASE
NOTHING EVER MATTERS
BECAUSE LIFE IS ANNOYING

What is the meaning of Life,
While all that was created is worth to be destroyed again?
When does this poem ever end
On paper right her, in my head never

How can I ever stop thinking about you
When I always start again in another way
How can I save You at least?
You saved yourself, I'm useless now...

AND I SHOULDN'T EVEN BE LISTENING
BECAUSE THERE IS NO WAY TO SURVIVE
NOTHING EVER MATTERS
BECAUSE LIFE IS AGAINST ME

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  • (5/1/2008 7:15:00 AM)


    This is so great! The power, emotions, and thoughts just pour and flow so well. It's really sad, but I just couldn't stop reading. I am so speechless. Very good job!
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 1, 2008

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 4, 2010


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