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Adam and Woman
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By Gillena Cox
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Adam and Woman

He took from Adam one of his ribs
This He clothed with flesh of his flesh
A helpmate then for the man He dibs
Into a paradise given him like this
To eat within the confines of innocence
And being enticed from the wealth
Of his environs to abide in essence
Why then Adam to the centre go in stealth?

Woman he named her for she was
Lineage of his own flesh and bone
Instantly he knew he acclaimed her as
Now he will no longer have to be alone
Truly his paradise was then completed
With Eve to wander and to explore a garden
A wonder which the Lord God had created
Did he tell the woman of the Lord's bidding?

Adam and Woman © gillena cox 2007

Published in Pink Crush 2011;ISBN 978 -1-4567-7980-1


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Submitted: Saturday, June 23, 2007

Last Updated: Sunday, December 4, 2011

About the Poet
I live in Trinidad of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; a multi ethnic, multi religious society. I write poetry for the sheer joy of crafting my feelings, my emotions my thoughts. I enjoy the challenge of abstraction in writing haiku. Married to Anthony Cox in 1971; we have a daughter Yanda and a son Khama. I was born in 1950 First grandchild: a grand-daughter born October 2012 My profile is a 2013 photo (poet bio updated 2013)


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