AHO Speaks

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Place The Blame - Poem by AHO Speaks

God, God; remember the tree
The sin and disobedience told in an analogy.

A story to come down since time began
Matter not the gender; be it woman or man.

It was an act of most import
One tempted and the other lacked support.

The acts of disobedience set by the tone
Man would wander searching for his eternal home.

The first two were to multiply and spread the seed
To acknowledge and accept punishment for their deeds.

Not as a sin against God but a sin for earthly man
For toil and labor forever; across the face of this grand land.

To know and experience death and the cessation of time
Only the soul belongs to God as also yours and mine.

God took the sin and threw it in the grave
'If you renew yourselves then I will save'.

The universal creator one will always respond
God does know the difference between right and wrong..

10-12-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 27, 2010

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