The Geometries Of Sin - Poem by Patti Masterman
Finding that whole original sin thing offensive
With it's virgin birth from nonbeing,
Allow me to help you out
With that sin of omission;
If one must first sin and gain redemption
To progress in the spiritual domains.
In the Kamasutra book of geometry,
Let us turn now to page one, exercise one:
For surely the sincere sin is heard most loudly in heaven?
Practice makes perfect;
And let's not forget our catechism:
Least in heaven; foremost in hell..
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