by me Radrook
And when I saw her I was overcome
With happiness and woderment of all
She was round where I was FLAT
I was large and she was small.
And her hair flowed in waves to her hips
Hips much wider than my own
And praises poured forth from my lips
For this woman my God had bestowed.
And her voice was the russle of leaves
And her eyes were the whisper of stars
And my God said "Her name will be Eve!"
And husband and wife you now are.
And the trees all jublilantly swayed
As the beasts of the field came to me
And I gave them all names through the day
And the blessings of plenty were free.
And eternity beckoned us both
As our bodies were vibrant with power
And nothing infused us but hope
And from danger we never cowered.
But one day while I planted a tree
At the edge of our paradise home
My wife precious Eve came to me.
In her hand a forbidden fruit shone.
Neath the rays of a darkening sun
Howled the winds from the desert beyond
Then she whispered to me "It is done!
Eat! Come on! Come on!"
In my loins lived a roiling despaIR
In my heart beat the centures full
Of turmoil but I finally ate and the air
Rang out with a troubling call.
Now toothless and aged I sit
In the rubble of ages ago.
My progenie just isn't fit.
How bitterly this I have known!
[This message has been edited by Rocko (04-13-2014 07:55 PM).]