Biography of Leon Agnew
Though some people are nice,
And some people cruel.
While some people laugh,
And others just drool.
You'll never meet someone,
As shocking and new,
As fresh and appalling,
As Leon Agnew.
Leon Agnew Poems
Mother love Nothin' wrong with me Mother love Come and let me see
How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count The Way...
Nevermind, there's not that many. Your form is as good as any. And your eyes, they're not spectacular. In words, they'd be vernacular.
Jesus Eats Children
Why does Jesus love the little children? Their brown faces Their lanky limbs Their shifty snake eyes
Because I Could Not Stop For Death
Because I could not stop for Death, He snuck up behind me, Knocked me out, And threw me in the back of his trunk,
Kiss Me Kill Me
Eat me, drink me, Float me, sink me. There's nothing else. There's no one else.
Mommy Kill Me
Mommy killed me She silenced my breath She cut off my head She choked me to death.
Inside Your Heart
You know that I love you You know that I care I wanna get inside your heart And find out what is there.
The Ugly Man
Come here Ugly human Get your chastity Get your purity
Good heaven Bad hell Orange river Never tell.
Never Show Me
Never show me How you love How you touch How you care
This is a portrait of Nolmeroy. He lived a bit, and died a bit, And when he lied, he cried a bit, But never found himself annoyed,
The flowers are blooming The sun is sweet The bell tower's booming And you're in heat.
There are times in my life So abundant with strife That it seems I could never go on. Sometimes in pain I sink
There's my little monster, My personal favorite, Nailed to the wall. See how it writhes?
I Blame Myself
Every time, I blame myself.
Even though your sins are many,
I still blame myself.
I guard you with my enthusiasm
That you might guard me in the same way.
I am always disappointed.
But though you disappoint me,
In the end you escape my blame.
In the end you escape everyone’s blame.