Daegal (16.03.89 / Doncaster, England)
Adam & Eve
Adam was wise, and somewhat robust,
Adam had heart, and breaths on a gust.
Adam was warm, and sincere in voice,
Adam had chains in the Realm Of Rejoice.
Eve was all-fair, and kindly of ways,
Eve had a touch to light up the days.
Eve was all-gentle, and spoke oft so sweet,
But Eve had a mind of fickle defeat.
Adam and Eve were a pair in all fact,
Adam and Eve had a Godly contract.
The terms of this wrought, by one then the other,
And death swept the lands for father and mother.
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