100 Gedichte (book)

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100 Gedichte
100 Gedichte cover
Book
Released: 5 March 2020

100 Gedichte is the third poem book by Till Lindemann. It contains 100 poems and illustrations by Matthias Mathies.

Information

  • The news about the release of the book was announced by German magazine Sonic Seducer on 21 October 2019.[1]

Usage

  • One verse of the song Adios is sourced from the poem Musik.
  • The poem Nebel was originally released on Messer, omitting the last line.
  • The poem Sommer partly appears in lyrics for both a demo version of the song Gib mir deine Augen and Sex.
  • Several poems were originally released on In stillen Nächten:
    • Bleib was slightly edited in the third line.
    • Das kenn ich was slightly edited and is missing the last line.
    • Fleder was originally titled Die Fledermaus, got new lines between the first and second line, while omitting the last ones.
    • Sommer was originally titled Warmer Tag, got one line and two words edited and expanded at the beginning and ending by one verse each.
  • Two poems share the same titles as completely different ones released on In stillen Nächten: Kein Herz and Allein.
  • Two poems were first used in the exhibition Wir überleben das Licht, before being retitled and edited:
    • Ich bin falscher Schmetterling, previously known as Ich.
    • Froh, previously known as Nicht froh.
  • The poem Ach so gern became the lyrics for the song of the same name.

Content

100 Gedichte
Musik
Am Strand
Kapitän
Geld
Meins
Leise
Flegel
Freizeit
Und sie rufen mich
Kein Herz
Schuld hab immer ich
Post
Kette
Lecken
Ich rede
Autobahn
Undank
Armer Bär
Totentanz
Kein Eigenbedarf
Komplettverlust
Die Liebe
Kunstopfer
Hautkopf
Stadt und Land
Hexe
Die Armee der traurigen Menschen
Früh Messe
Klein
Apfel
Als deine Mutter starb
Allein
Was ist
Vorbereitung
Sommer
Schönes Wetter
Ich hatte Hunger
Alle Tiere wandern
Abschied vom geliebten Tier
Am Moor
Du willst nicht wissen
Cello
Ausdruck
So wie immer
Das kenn ich
Einsamkeit neu
Essen
Fragen über Fragen
An der Leine
Blüten
Wenn du schläfst
Vorbei
Froh
Fleder
Du und dein Garten
Tanzlokal
Ferien auf dem Lande
Erfurt
Unter Druck
Faust
Ich bin falscher Schmetterling
Aids
Am Sonntag muss ich sterben
Kopf hoch
Kopf hoch 2
Kopf hoch 3
Toilette
Trost
Trauer
Kerze
Nebel
Rotes Ohr
Herzraub
Dreh dich nicht um
Das Hündchen wackelt mit dem Schwanz
Gute Nacht
Mitleid und Seele
Ach so gern
Tiefer geht nicht
Kurzes Leben
Das Gestern
Bringer
Bleib
Banane
Ballett
Reines Vergnügen
Schneiderin
Tod durch Tiere
Löwe
Lachen ist gesund
Zweiter
Kurz
Kleiner Löffel großer Magen
Jetzt bist du tot
Dich
Irgendwie
Kaffee
Stimmchen
Zweite Haut
Du stirbst bald

Reception

  • A review done by an author of German radio station SWR2[2] highlighted and featured the entirety of the poem Wenn du schläfst questioning how far artistic freedom should go. The following days, the debate got picked up by several media outlets in which some accused Till of glorifying and downplaying rape. The publisher issued a statement, defending the poem for the sake of artistic freedom.[3]

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