Six Seeds

July 1, 2010
By Jellybean9898 PLATINUM, Glendale, California
Jellybean9898 PLATINUM, Glendale, California
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Favorite Quote:
"When nothing goes right, go left"-Anonymous
"Thank God men cannot fly, and lay waste to the sky as well as the Earth"-Henry David Thoreau


Can you blame innocence
The gift of curiosity
It was not by choice that your taunts
Reached her lips
That your schemes imprisoned her
And she fell into your trap
Where she is needed up above
She is stuck in a cave down below
And where cruelty reins
She is shown mercy
But only because of simple mistake
Free her now
For her judgment has been passed
But she is all the more innocent
For being tempted
And as the days fade into years
In the gardens of the Underworld
There is still one pomegranate
With six seeds missing


The author's comments:
This poem may sort of be confusing, but it relates to Greek Mythology. i like Greek Mythology, and this poem doesn't really make sense or relate to the myth till the ending lines, but i hope you like it anyways.

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