Theodora (Theo) Onken

Gold Star - 25,249 Points (Washington State)

Comeuppance - Poem by Theodora (Theo) Onken

We've had enough, in fact, way too much
Your cruel streak has worn out it's 'welcome' stay
We are coming after you-yes, coming after you
We've talked it all out today;
You are really, really an unkind man...
Not to mention your devious past!
Know all about the victimization of all of us, unsuspecting
Where cruelty is concerned, you've broken the cast!
We have NO secrets between us, here now...
And guess what we are still in love
So wrap that around around your handcuffs upon arrest
When, at last, finally, push comes to shove! ;

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This has been a long time coming. We have had enuff of a very nasty man whose cruelty only surpasses his past criminal acts by degrees.
Years and years of crime on people and intimidation all hidden by bibical quotes and a clever mask. He has fooled so many. And know that we are not his only victims over the years. Have known about him for quite some time and even told a few people and they always asked me what i was going to do and i said, let it he had gone through some trauma in the last five years...but...we talked it out and decided that his cruelty knows no end...and it is as hot as it it is going to get here and he still we have decided to move forward in making a case about him and hopefully he can be stopped. He is not a young man. He is definately old enough to know better and one would think that he would want to make it right with his creator but apparently he has chosen to remain down and dirty until he is called home Just biding our time until we have put this all together, well enough to make a case against him. Mark my words there is nothing beautiful or even nice about him accept for an occasional poem that he writes...and we wonder where that has come from. Updated: 9/21/12

By: Theodora Onken

August 16,2012

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 16, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, September 21, 2012

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