Dr. Tulsi Hanumanthu

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Fate and Fortune


Fate and Fortune (A Triolet)

Two men called out, knocking our gate:
'We sell sundry clothes and costumes:
Reasonable is each one's rate'

Two men called out, knocking our gate:
'We read one's Fortune and one's Fate:
To buy, your Fate; to sell, our Fortune! '

Two men called out, knocking our gate:
'We sell sundry clothes and costumes'.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 09, 2008

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