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Karma - Poem by don poet

Under this heavy cloud i see
I see the dark side pass
Leaving with it packed bags
To join the military i see

Along with few bolts i see
Hi to its charged brother
Why does it cry rain drops?
It must be a family thing

Sounds of the bugle i hear
oh brother at last we here
Melody to our neighbours'ear
They screem away their yearly fear

More water for the ocean there
Givers never lack thanks for the year
You fed me with all your best
now take best clear water thats fare

Topic(s) of this poem: art


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  • Dr.tony Brahmin (1/3/2016 2:02:00 AM)


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    Under this heavy cloud i see
    I see the dark side pass
    Leaving with it packed bags
    To join the military i see

    Along with few bolts i see
    Hi to its charged brother
    Why does it cry rain drops?
    It must be a family thing

    Sounds of the bugle i hear
    oh brother at last we here
    Melody to our neighbours'ear
    They screem away their yearly fear

    They scream away the fear..... what a reality. insight, thinking of karma. justice natural. thank you. tony
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  • Captain Herbert Poetry (2/22/2015 1:44:00 AM)


    Good writing about Karma (Report) Reply

  • (2/1/2015 4:27:00 AM)


    Karma is a natural law, the law of retributive justice - what goes around comes around. Indeed one gets most by giving most. A nice poem written with insight. Thanks for sharing and do keep it up. Please read my poem THE PHOENIX STRANGLER. (Report) Reply

  • Gajanan Mishra (6/24/2014 8:27:00 PM)


    all the best, good writing, I like it, thanks., (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 24, 2014



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