My Fall

Just as Eden, all was well for a time,
Ever sweet perfection in paradise -
The came the sorrrowful, eternal crime,
Temptation caused the grandest sacifice,
Like Icarus soaring high as can be,
Heeding not his father's cries, repulsive -
Thus, but a moment did last his rash glee,
And down he fell from actions impulsive,
Such is the forsought, woeful state of I,
Ignoring valiantly father's say,
With my paradise my wilt soul doth die,
Dreams flee, my world shirks in this brightless day,
Just as Lucifer from Heaven did fall,
I sit wailing in Contigency's hall -

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