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A Biblical Tale

Here is a story, keep the young ones away.
For you may get offended, if they hear what I say.
But I’m not sure why, because it’s as old as the hills.
It’s about subtraction, waste, seed and spills.
He has been dismissed for his minor role.
But young boys revere him, am I being too droll.
In the book of Genesis, Chapter thirty-eight
We meet a character named Onan, whose hand was his date.
Now the Lord had suggested that we “be fruitful and multiply.”
But to call this a crime, causes the accuser to stultify.
All Onan had done was grab hold of himself
Remarkable, when you consider, no Playboy on his shelf.
Now Murderers are paroled after serving one score.
Petty thieves may not even see a prison door.
Pushers are out after a decade
So why is poor Onan cursed for his hand maid?
So here is the moral of my story this day
Most crimes are forgiven, if you go astray.
Keep your hands away from your lower extremes
Don’t spill thy seed, or have any wet dreams
For the Lord up in heaven, is plenty forgiving
He forgives murder and arson and missing Thanksgiving,
But don’t be like Onan, don’t spill thy seed.
You’ll be punished forever for that heinous deed.

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