The Holy Bible / 1 January 2002
A story I wrote in 1976, anatomically correct illustrations not included.
From the dust God made a man, Adam. There was an animal. The dust shooted some hair on him.
God is telling Adam not to eat the fruit off the tree.
God made a woman, Eve. Adam fell asleep because he got tired from wandering around.
And then, a snake came, and he said, “You can’t eat it.” And she said, “Yes we can!” And the snake said, “You’ll die.”
And then the snake changed his mind and said, “It’s o.k. to eat it.” And Eve said, “It is?”
And then Adam came, saw her eating, and said, “Eve, you’re a nat.” Eve said, “Try it. It’s good.”
Then he said, “Oh, O.K. But I’m going to regret this.” Eve’s eating it too.
Then they realized they were naked. The snake laughed at them.
They tied branches, leaves, or something to them and said, “There.”
Adam turned into a monster and Eve said, “Ah!” (I just made that up.)
Then they said, “Hey look. We got clothes.”