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In The Garden

in the garden, more than fate
results of the sin were great
Cain was of the evil one
his twin Abel, Adam's son

of the fruit did Eve partake
for satan was not a snake
serpent is just a title
hiding of the sin, vital

genealogies do tell
Seth is Adam's son as well
that's why Cain has his own line
tares of the field are their sign

the punishment fit the crime
with much pain at birthing time
bruised heels for The Son of Man
satan's head is future plan

(Gen 3: 1-24,4: 1-26,5: 1-32,2 Cor 11: 2-3, Mat 13: 24-30,36-43,
Rev 12: 9)








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Udiah (witness to Yah)

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Snake

Snake—

Do you fear the snake or the snake fears you?
Do you bite the snake or the snake bites you?

Flower garden or kingdom of snake what do you want?
Close your eyes- thousand snakes are waiting for you

Only the fools talk with snake
The snake bites you for self- defense

The snake is deaf but you hear!
 
BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA

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An Ugly Cigarette

They call it a cigarette and I call it An ugly snake simply because Both poison our blood anytime, How do we love the thing that kills us Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere? A snake creeps towards us to poison us, then It kills us immediately, We creep gladly into a cigarette to poison us, then It will inevitably kill us, We choose willingly a snake-like cigarette to do the same As an alternative to a snake, Our choice of having a cigarette is a great mistake that That threatens us with an ongoing war on all levels, We willingly choose death to be on our side and we choose To be in bed with a snake of our choice, so Whose turn to die today? Tomorrow's coffin will be ready for that would-be smoker!
 
MOHAMMAD SKATI

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Snake On My Back

snake on the ground slithers. The plains scream out in fear, it slides onto my back and forces out my red tears. into my thought i can now see how foolishly i used to be. I remember the snake on my back and how i remember i should have fought back. The trees dance in scilence the fire now devoures the plains, the snake told me to forget my name. I threw the snake off my back with no sound forcefully it lay dead by the ground. Now i can feel the snake beneath my feet.
 
Ben Sparaco

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