Theodora (Theo) Onken
Biography of Theodora (Theo) Onken
'People will forget what you've said; People will forget what you did; But People will NEVER forget how you make them feel! '
Theo was born in Washington State.
She lived in Seattle over half of her life and surrounding areas. Married her second husband there and has a beautiful son. Theo has many interests, from Internal Medicine to Psychiatry. All the sciences and most especially the study of DNA. She is into learning more and more about the criminal mind, most especially the Sociopath- who is usually a non feeling criminal who specializes in crime. The worst being: Murder, Burglury, Home Invasion, Intimidation, Assault, Rape and Stalking. Have a thirst for Psychology - always searching, researching all forms of mental illness.Longing for understanding it in all it's forms. She also has an intense interest in medicine - main stream and alternative.
She is spending the rest of her life in the: Lone Star state of Texas where she resides with husband and son.
Writing has served as an outlet for her during times of great joy and sorrow, health and illness.
She has an extremely close relationship with her God who has helped to guide her and comfort her in her most trying of times.
Theodora (Theo) Onken's Works:
She is in two books published by the Library of Congress: Journey To The Stars and Across The Abyss and in Whos Who 2004, Libary of Congress.
- End Of Time -new-
- Contamination- (Air, Food, Water) -new-
- Those Were The Days -new-
- Photographs & Words -new-
- One Step Forward- Two Steps Back
- Flanigans Meadow
- A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words- -
- In The Blink Of An Eye
- Growing Up...I Recall
- Midnight Blue
- God's Gift's
- Mr. Manson (Paranoid Schizophrenic With ...
- 'Til Love Walked In
- Chemical Imbalance?
Theodora (Theo) Onken Poems
(((After The Rain)))
I missed you the other day When the dew left its diamond glitter upon the grass And the squirrels and frogs were frolicking merry When the silence of daybreak calmed
The Cats In The Cradle (De Ja' Vu)
I sing to you a sweet lullabye- And rock your cares away... A beautiful destiny awaits your hand, Shaped and formed from Godly Clay...
I'Ll Be Here
For everything you are For everything you have been For making my life whole For awakening life in me again
Your Golden Pen
Entangled in the depth of your blue eyes ...Entranced and in total bliss... Embraced by your circled arms tight grasp ...Energized by your heavenly kiss...
****right Place~~wrong Time****
I felt your Aura come, with the breeze ~ ...I could smell your scent, in the frosted air I could see your trasnluscent glimmer ~ ...Even though, i knew you were
((((Summer Of My Life))))
It was early summer ... Before the full green set in When the lawns de-winterizing Awoke
Enchanted Wil-O-The Wisp Wanderer You cannot escape his sea-blue Eyes View For set in water they are
Music (The Song)
It plays to my heartstrings... It is the music to my ears- ...It is the tender love song of my life- And the refelections of my years...
The Universe (An Acrostic)
~Sun~ Super bright Ultra light
(((This Thing Of Ours)))
In the twilight of this quiescent moment- I peruse this thing of ours- Querying this palpable abtruse connection- Am i deluded or wrongly perceived by the stars?
(((Early Eve Of Remember))) !
It t'was in the early eve of Remember- - Before twilight had come around... Where i found you with a basket of love so true... And in the air t'was a melody of new loves sweet sound! ;
Visit From An Angel
...Your fragile spirit- 'Tis but a vapour now... Ethereal in atmospheric mist- ...Ephemeral in time...not lasting-
(((I Colour My World)))
Within the colours of this day- I find myself recounting the days gone by... Cherishing every blessed memory... While gazing at the sky upon high;
~ Death Of Innocence~
It seems like Light Years ago That sweet innocence Like a flower in the bud Growing in new existance
Now Is Nearly Gone
So brief the sunshines glow
The lavenders bloom
Or the dusks purple calm
Too quick is the gloom
For far too soon
The Winter snow it
Upon the earth's