Forbidden Fruit

Poem by: VJAMRITA

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we all are strangely attracted to those things which are forbidden to us!
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Submitted: November 08, 2012

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Submitted: November 08, 2012

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Forbidden Fruit

It glistened beautifully

In its place

On my palm.

It was sparkling red

Its luster and grace

Made me avaricious.

 It smelled of the sweetest springs

And all good things

I desired it.

I took a tiny bite while

The green snake hissed

And smiled.

It was sweeter than any fruit

I wanted more,

More.

 

When you returned

You were in a state

Of shock.

While I sat there

Licking,

My fingers.

You were horrified to find

The fruit which was forbidden to eat

Was eaten by me.

I smiled sweetly and said

“The Forbidden Fruit

Tastes the sweetest”.


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we all are strangely attracted to those things which are forbidden to us!
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