Treasure Island

Francis Duggan


The Universal Karma


Whatever about a God since to a God I don't pray
For my sins against others to karma I must pay
The Universal Karma knows of our every crime
'Twould seem it is watching us all of the time
The Universal karma we cannot deceive
And in karma I'm one who does firmly believe
From life we receive the karma we are due
And what goes around comes around remains ever true
The karma we receive we ourselves create
And karma is one without a use by date
The Universal Karma our crimes and our sins can recall
And karma 'twould seem it is there for us all
Karma won't excuse you for your gift of faith
And the karma I warrant on me does await.

Submitted: Thursday, July 17, 2008

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