Christian Poetry

Our Day in The New Land

Adam: "You've been missing
you've been gone! Now
where have you been?
We're you off in your
folly causing another
such sin?"

Eve: "The snake then had tricked me.
I know of that now
and you used it against me?
What purpose does that serve now?

I was gone in the forest
seeking peace from our plight.
Fore you've seemed often cross
by the glimpse of my sight.

And I'm trying my best
but you never quite see.
I'm sorry your stuck
on this earth with just me."

Adam: "I didn't mean that
in that way
that you've said.
I was worried
and I missed you
And thought you were dead.

And you left me alone
by myself in this land.
A life without people is one
you can't understand.

I'm sorry I've hurt you.
It's just everything's new
and I don't know what is right
or what I really should do."
Christian Poetry

On The Brink of Her Folly

Adam: "You didn't."

Eve: "I've done it
and now I can see.
You really must join me
that's how it must be."

Adam: "I can't. I wont.
This thing is not right.
You've doomed us to separate,
to be lone every night!"

Eve: "I was tricked."

Adam: "You were tricked?"

Eve: "Yes by him the snake there."

Adam: "I see not a snake
and know snakes to be fair."

Eve: "It's true! You must believe it.
You wont eat if you don't.
And when God sees this sin
I alone will be smote."

Adam: "Perhaps that is just."

Eve: "Can you think such a thing?
I wanted to be like God
Thought happiness
it would bring."

Adam: "He still said we shouldn't."

Eve: "I know and I've done.
Please love come with me
perhaps we can run."

Adam: "To where?
I know not of a place that's not here.
If you know of such a one then make that
now more clear."

Eve: "I don't."

Adam: "There you see!
You'd have me doomed as well
and did a place such exist it
may surely be hell."

Eve: "No I think he'll forgive
he's known you more than I
and would let us both live."

Adam: "Perhaps. But what if not?"

Eve: "Would you want to live alone?
Even after all of this us was shown?"

The place took a silence as Adam
then sought
for an answer that was different
than the one he was fraught.
Christian Poetry

On the Eve of her birth

Adam: "I love you."

Eve: "I love you? But how is that so?
I'm the only one here
that you could now know."

Adam: "Well there's nothing like you
in this wood or it's night.
And even the flowers all grow
of less bright. You're something
I know that I not understand
but the purpose of you is that
you're everything grand.
You're like me."

Eve: "I'm like you?"

Adam: "Yes! You don't understand
but the you that make's you
is what make me a man."