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Anna Kelly

Rookie (18/7/1963 / Melbourne, Australia)

Fateful Destiny


Into this world we’re born
destined for Life and Death
we can be sure
of Joy and Sorrow
along the way

Multi-faceted prisms
illuminate their faces
beckoning true Light
we are some sometimes dazed
and turn away from the Truth

Bound by karmic laws
our fate is duly moulded
by personal choice, not chance
for nothing can be random
in a world of ordered chaos

Though fate is a double-edged sword
as are the scales of justice
our Destiny is imposed upon us
from that inevitable moment
of Divine Conception…

© July 2006
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Submitted: Sunday, December 03, 2006
Edited: Thursday, December 02, 2010

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