Theodora (Theo) Onken
Are You Afraid Yet? - Poem by Theodora (Theo) Onken
Fear has no 'Stop Signs'
As the heart of the guilty races it's course
Sweat forms upon their heavy brows
Yet the guilty show no remorse
Consequences, oh those consequences
Yes, a constant unstoppable ricochet
Are you ducking at every place you encounter?
Fearful your 'Karma' has come into play?
You're fearful of being found out - ALWAYS
Yet you never feel any shame -
When push comes to shove - this is not about love
In the end you only have yourself to blame
By, Theodora Onken (c) Copyright All Rights Reserved
Tuesday - 4: 07 AM Central
Trying to never quite burn all your bridges
Always holding tightly to your 'Ace in the hole'
It looks as if your way of life has caught up with you
Wondering when the Devil purchased your soul.
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