nyna bankard

Rookie (3/8/1982 / Heidelberg, Germany)

What Do You Do - Poem by nyna bankard

What do you do, when you dedicate so much time?
You go through so many changes, trying to make things right.
What do you do, when you’re up so late at night?
Wishing that the one you love was there to hold you tight.
What do you do, when all you can do is cry?
Hoping that the heartache won’t consume you til you die.
What do you do, when anger sets deep inside?
Not knowing if it’s emotions, not knowing if it’s pride.
What do you do, when you’re so lost and confused?

What do you do, while you sit and reminisce?
Remembering how it felt every time that we kissed.
What do you do, when your heart is put at risk?
Do you reach out for love or hold up and resist?
What do you do, when you’re always misunderstood?
Struggling to turn the hard times into something good.
What do you do, when you lose your livelyhood?
Not knowing if you’ve done everything that you could.
What do you do, when you’re so lost and confused?

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 3, 2008

Poem Edited: Friday, October 24, 2008


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