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1. In That Garden

In that garden once she took down the Apple Casually because she wanted to know, and then There was all that fuss, Adam going Bananas saying that she'd tipped the apple cart And God; Oh God was a pain getting all huffed up about His tree and the serpent splitting its sides Under the bushes laughing. To save face after all night discussions behind Closed gates they decided on a lockout. Adam Raging that he was implicated because of the odd Bite he took in case she knew more than he did; She did of course, and now she knew it made no
Difference which side of the gates of paradise They were; until God took a good look at himself And saw his own womb, his own breast, and not only His staff of righteousness.

© Anne Le Marquand Hartigan

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Immortal Sins
by
Anne Le Marquand Hartigan
Salmon Irish poetry publishers
ISBN: 1 897648 17 0

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