Theodora (Theo) Onken

(Washington State)

She's No Lady~


Your Delilah-haired psychopath nailed it
But not counting on perception of a: 'word with a word'
Your 'deception' stood out in our keen vision
Your 'deeds' done by flunkies have been heard;
Heard with 'our eyes wide open'
A microscopic view in a full glass
Drugging and gassing us didn't work
And your Delilah-haired psychopath's got no class;
She comes across like a man with raging testosterone
Lighting up her cigarettes and Cuban cigars
A huge Amazon towering ever 'fearless'
Her tattoo's have left us one too many a scars;
French braiding her hair does not help her goodness
We 'imagine' her ruthless, conscienceless attitude glows
And penning eloquent words while creating her false bio's
Has not stopped us from being in 'the know;
We believe you two truly deserve one another
Your plans all hatched but brought forward into: 'the light'
Where evil is devised and executed: 'in camera'
Nothing can cover it-not even the blackest of night;
For God has His way of exposing the 'BAD'
All of the evil in this life that is sown
So kiss your Delilah haired psychopath- goodbye
Because your dire schemes have been blown! ;


By, Theodora Onken

March 3,2013

'For the Devil comes to: Kill, destroy and steal'

Submitted: Friday, March 08, 2013
Edited: Saturday, March 09, 2013

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