I would like to preface this, and only this set of poems at this time by saying that I see the seven deadly sins, as they were created originally, as a set of rules having to do with the emotions of humanity. Each of the seven deadly sins is a description of an emotion that, if completely given over to, would do major and possibly irreparable harm to a community. In this sense the original seven deadly sins came about due to a need for people to check some of their emotions before things became problematic. I have gone through the list and have come up with a list of my own which will be delved into via verse. I will put up a list in the future to show the Old and New 7 Deadly Sins.
(I also realize that upon publishing this text I have not in fact written poems for each of the old, nor the new seven deadly sins, but it is on my plate to do so. Please be patient.)