Snake And Human Exchange
Author: Joseph Ogbonna
Snake:Tell me, tell me Oh Human!
think not that I have come to spit
my venom, or to bruise thy heel.
But tell me I thee beseech,of the
possibility of reversing our age-old
enmity brought upon us both at
Eden's Garden by his Majesty Divine.
Human:Though thy head I bruise not, still
of our reconciliation I know not.
For His Majesty Divine to whom
there is no appeal,didst Himself
the curse pronounce.
------- Author's Notes -------
A dramatic exchange between the Serpent and the Human Being.
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