Theodora (Theo) Onken
Leader Of The Pack ~
So secure she is with her information
For it was garnered while on the road
Inching her creepy way into: 'Almost Sure'
She switches into a sure-fired advise mode.
Her use of the written word is quite impressive
You see her informative writes have been few
Jaunting - here - there and everywhere there's a showing
Left her little time for other things she needed to do.
Aww - but the contacts she made were very limited in knowledge
Her not having all the necessary info - is good for us
Now, we 'SIT' silently and await their ACTIONS -
Never dropping our guard - is simply a must.
Counting the hours and days ahead with favor
Knowing that we have succeeded in keeping her in the dark
She splashes out her advise - willy - nilly this day
So cock - sure - that they will get their marks.
By, Theodora Onken
Just another write about the illegal rings that operate
Around the world - their world of drugs -
Like cocaine, marijuanna, and meth.
Two of the three drugs above alter personalites for the
Worse and kill many people. Heart attack and stroke come
From using coke or meth just once sometimes. Have had
These drugs slipped to me - without my knowledge and had
A silent heart attack as a result. Truly believe that
Our world would be a better place if we could stop this
Crazy trade. The world has really changed since coke and
Meth abuse has risen. The drugs stimulate the area of the
Brain - the violence center - that i believe may be
Responsible for the outbreak of our massive violent crime.
This is not to say that the use of certain psychiatric drugs
Do not do the same because they do - like Adderall for ADD.
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