The myth of the Fall of man from the Garden of Eden down to the purgatory of alienation has been variedly reported in both islamic and nonislamic interpretations. In Christianity, humankind is, in essence, sinful. In the Quran, also, there is this revolt and sinfulness in humankind nature. However, the two narratives lead to different endings. According to the Christian narrative, Chris is sacrified to compensate for the human Original Sin. However, based on the Quranic account, Pen, in the very beginning, as a result of a holy fate, leads to the salvation of humankind and his/her sin is forgiven. The fusion of meanings, the similar original nature, and the dissimilar eventual fate have motivated the researchers to analyze the Fall of man's myth in the light of hermeneuticism and intertextuality in Forough Farokhzad's poetry.