The downfall of the Church in the September 11th Epic Poem

They thought at last with all that passed
            The church had been disproved.
Which left, disrobed, a mournful globe,
            Where God no longer moved.
Restraints were lost at such a cost
            That all became annoyed.
It cast a hex on even sex[12]
            ‘Till nothing was enjoyed.
 
The sages wept as poets kept  
            Their logs of misery,
While girls were forced and dads coerced
            Through painful liberty.
The final cords that bound the hordes
            From passion’s strongest gusts,
Were torn apart so human hearts
            Could writhe in burning lusts.
 
(Excerpt from Chapter 11)
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