The grammar gets kinda sketchy near the end but whatever it's a poem
Man's First Sin (7 January 2021, 7:11 PM)
Never known life without goodness
In this garden God had made.
Gonna wonder, is it useless:
This knowledge for which I had paid?
"Give it to me," I had said
To the serpent 'round the vine.
"You? This fruit? How oh so red
Its nectar tells you what's divine."
Up above, in boundless space
Was, from what I know, God's domain.
Never had there been such a rumble
And, to follow, such cries of pain.
Gonna be honest - for such someone
As God, the greatest sorrow He did have.
"Let Me say this, Adam, as My son
I am disappointed - just not mad."
Down He went and forced the Snake
To writhe and wriggle on the ground.
Never to return, by 'morrow's wake
To Eden, was my sentence sound.
Gonna say that at that time
It was fair trade, life for power to know.
Run through my head, again, 'twas nought but curse
To leave God's kingdom just for such woe.
Around this time, I've got go back
To my little homestead that I've known true.
Desert my life for nought but rack?
I say this as warning to no-one else but