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Eve
Does the past really matter? Does it set you free? I’m absorbed in the sin, That is surrounding him and me. Lost in the curiosity, Cold to the touch. Drenched in the poison, With my dignity in his clutch. Feeling like I was cheated; I chose the evil instead of light. I traded in the sunshine, For what lurks in the night. I disobeyed his orders, I gave up security to be unsure. I went against the warnings, Gave into darkness instead of remaining pure. Once my bed was made of soft grass, But now it is made of stone. Was plump from all of the luscious fruit, Now I’m starving to the bone. My curse is one of circumstance. The punishment a crime, I’m stuck inside this dampened cave, For the rest of time. My world came crashing down, The grief has not subsided. My heart broke completely, When my sons collided. My misery a token, From the abandonment I earned. Upon the time spent in sorrow, There was a lesson to be learned. Have I found the moral? Only in time we shall see, For all I did was eat an apple- From the Knowledge tree.
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