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Oh daughter of Eve
I wish the Man who laid you on your back would love you more than the pleasure he felt.
Wonders of lust was placed on His mind and he took action upon it
You let him sit on the throne placed in God's temple
With no hesitation he touched a holy place before asking for your beautiful hands in marriage.
Oh amazingly beautiful daughter of Eve,
 with no fear he conquered you with a touch.he slowly stole from you and he also stole from God.
a gental touch was all that was required.
His hand is caught in the cookie jar and he is in Danial

Oh daughter of the great Eve
Do not smear lipstick on the man's face to declare your territory
He alone would stay if he is ready and grateful
I know you might feel the world has cave in but as day go by
The sun still raises as you carry your bundle of joy in your womb with the joy of a mother

Oh daughter of Eve.
Wetlock chose you so you
 rested under sin
Your shame defiled your unborn child with an acute.scar

daughter of Adam and Eve
This is not the end for you
You are a child of a great God therefore
You are to be continue m.
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