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Poetry By: angellynn

Seven poems. Seven sins. Seven days. Poem-a-thon...

Submitted:Apr 6, 2009    Reads: 159    Comments: 8    Likes: 4   


Since the beginning

perched in a tree

a serpent of pure evil

tricked poor Eve to eat


With lust in her eyes

Eve urged her man

But Adam refused eating

and said it isn't Gods plan


But just like the serpent

Eve gave him her word

that nothing would happen

so Adam gave into the urge


As their eyes were opened

shame urged them to hide

It gave God great anger

leave this garden he cried


You both disobeyed me

theres lust in your heart

I asked of one thing

now from me part


I place on you woman

the burdens to bare

the urge to concieve

you both will share


Man you will bare labor

your hands shall provide

now go forth in the land

let your urge multiply




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