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Adam and Eve, A Sonnet

Updated on May 12, 2019
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After writing many styles of poetry and no sonnet Elijah observed a new style here on Hubpages and decided to try his hand at writing one.

Adam and Eve, A Sonnet

Adam and Eve are talked about a plenty but their definitions aren’t used by any and seems Adam doesn’t want it used so I’m doing it with my muse. Their names are used to represent how the world began with Adam’s definition having the meaning of man, and Eve conveys it’s something preceding a coming event. That’s why their names are used to represent the process of building the world now present.

Read again those writings that say that Evening and morning were the first day leading to the seventh day of a week for resting after the work was complete. Isn’t it confusing why in some way Adam later changed Evening to midnight for beginning a day? Isn’t written in the book something that say Adam would change the time someday for creating the babbling state Adam are in before this civilization comes to its end?

So that’s why many definitions are changed, Adam wants our thoughts rearranged so they could control Adam-en-mass as a whole. Clever is this devil and very bold to make learning truth to be a reward for those Adam who set themselves apart from the yelling masses to reject what’s taught in classes. But Adam don’t know that was the plan for redeeming ten percent of man able to overcome Adam's skillfully planned deceit by staying apart till this world’s time was complete.

Elijah Alfred "NatureBoy" Alexander, Junior ~ May 12, 2019


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  • The0NatureBoy profile imageAUTHOR

    Elijah A Alexander Jr 

    6 months ago from Washington DC

    Thank you, Jason, Experience is man's teachers and wisdom only come by one's experiences. The Bible say "eat not the knowledge of good and evil" because when believing in them one don't get educated, they become conditioned to obey whoever tells you to or not to do things.

    Eric, I also argue hard!!

    The word "difference" says opposing factors are at work, indifference is saying "in the place where the opposing factors come together". Thus, love is one factor and hate is the other but indifference is in the place they come together. When one is "in the difference" they do what is required to encourage another to experiment for finding their own answers while doing nothing to make them dependent on any one factor or person(s) so they are educated from within themselves rather than schooled form without of themselves to follow something other than themselves.

    Peace to you both.

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    Jason M Quinapondan 

    6 months ago from Cebu, Philippines

    : it is a very deep write-up and only a wise individual who has great understanding of life. And, I believe you are.

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    Eric Dierker 

    6 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

    I argue hard! Love is never indifference - speak correctly. Love is the essence of making a difference. You foul love by speaking so.

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    Elijah A Alexander Jr 

    6 months ago from Washington DC

    Eric, your "prophesy is that love [Indifference] will last into eternity" is exactly what that poem is saying because the only thing that remains the same is "change". It remains the same throughout eternity that operates in a cycle without ceasing. Read the last sentence and see if that isn't what it means.

    Because it is constant it is indifferent to what its various manifestations demands doing its time, thus, not using the judgmental adjectives "love and hate" one gives no recognition to either opposite. Having that understanding and living in the "middle path" one becomes eternal and does whatever the manifested destiny one has manifests as demands it to do in that manifestation.

    That is the way philosophies think but philosophers don't. One must be the lover of wisdom (philosophy's definition) and not the proclaimer of another supposed wisdom. you studied wisdom but don't love it.


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    Eric Dierker 

    6 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

    I find your prophesy very interesting. It is good to read them as I generally do not care about them. My prophesy is that love will last into eternity. And then some.


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