The Forbidden Fruit

The Forbidden Fruit short poem

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Good
What is good
to a forbidden fruit?
Get on your knees
Repent tonight
Cleanse your sins
Say you’re right
Forget what you did wrong
Say you’re a saint
An upright Christian,
but that seems faint
A harsh hypocrite
That’s what I see
One who points flaws
To mask the one’s in he
Look in the mirror
Self-reflect please?
Don’t forget you sin
Sin just like Adam
The one who ate
From the forbidden tree

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