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Sour candy apple

a sour candy apple taste lips to soft not to sin off of sun kissed i could only see the light in the situation making light of the situation until we covered ourselves with nature until we gained knowledge of our nakedness the apple lay bitten on the roof of my mouth caught between tongues of truth speaking only youthful ignorance bliss caught up to us wandering between the valley and me hidden in her garden her taste is reminicnse of the first sin and thereafter we knew the mistake forbidden we lusted after sour candy apple tastes we devoured our mistake in regrets but not until the morning after not until the bloom of the first fruits the sun rose caught between night and seed planting the truth in the ground for all to see how we became the first of many is beyond... maybe it was the snake in garden whispering to her about me from across the room partaking her candy apple lips spread across each what did i know? just couldn't resist but things quickly turned sour when he realized those bit marks where not his but mine

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