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Creative Fun

In the beginning was the void,
it made God annoyed,
he created the space and the sun.
He then made a place
called ‘The World’ in his space,
then he thought ‘Now I’ll really have fun’.

He planted a garden,
then made him a man,
then a woman to keep man amused.
He then made a rule,
for he thought it was cool,
to keep his creations confused.

But he didn’t expect
that no woman’s respect
would ever cause her to decline.
A free lunch invite
to a nice juicy bite,
on God’s apple she started to dine.

So God in a strop
said now I will stop
my creations from breaking my law.
Said his garden of Eden
no longer would feed ‘em,
to make them all hold him in awe. 

Having done what he’d done
he returned whence he’d come
and left Adam and Eve to their sin.
For he’d found in dismay
that whatever you say
with a woman you can never  win.

In the beginning was the void,
it made God annoyed,
he created the space and the sun.
But he knows to this day,
men now have to pay
for the woman he made just for fun!

Ivor G Davies

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