God made a garden for Adam and Eve,
Together a life they were to weave.
The man and the woman were given a command,
One the girl simply could not stand.
In the center was a tree,
One that they could only see.
The forbidden fruit just hanging there,
She could not help but hold her stare.
A serpent spoke,
Ignore that bloke.
The Fruit will not kill,
Those words are swill.
Its fragrance as sweet as the flowers of May,
She could not keep her fingers at bay.
One single bite,
It opened her sight.
Eve called to Adam and gave him some fruit,
One bite of it, his mind it did pollute.
Both of them were thieves,
But they gathered up leaves.
Into the garden God stepped,
Near the area where Adam and Eve slept.
They feared for their form,
And hid from the storm.
The serpent grinned,
The girl had sinned.
The garden was a gem,
But out God threw them.
God said, one single bite,
Would bring about the Endless Night.