Angie Krause


Leisa - Poem by Angie Krause

Now here is a story
Of Leisa you see
She is tortured too
Nobody will let her be

Out of chaos, madness
And dysfunction still
She is now labeled
One of the mentally ill

She is my savior
And I to her
We feed off each other
To cope with the hurt

The king of evil
Has her king of evil too
How will we live
With the sh** that they spew

Evil and anger
Dysfunction we fell
We need to escape
The thresholds of hell

We're never gonna escape it
Leisa screams to me
So why should we live
With more insanity


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 11, 2004

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 14, 2010


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