Upon the tree of eternity a man laid his gaze, A sight that caused his thoughts to haze. The words of the devil he could not trust, yet gazing at this tree his heart filled with lust. He stepped forward and took from the damnable tree, A mistake, he soon realised, to doom him eternally.
Alas, the forbidden fruit had been consumed, the dissolute nature of man finally exhumed. As the consequences began to loom overhead, "Oh, forgive me for my sin", he said, "I have taken a bite from the forbidden fruit, yet still I wish to confute, The idea that I am inherently bad, For I cannot bear to lose all that I've had"
To go from a world so green and lush to one where the ground was covered with dust, was the price this credulous man had to pay, banished to earth, to live out the rest of his days.