Tenzin Choten Khampa

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Unlucky 13! Poem by Tenzin Choten Khampa


There are things which i can't tell you,
There are things which i can't say,
I have feelings inside me,
Which i can't convey,

I may look happy from outside,
But i have lots of things going on inside,
Sometimes i think if this wouldn't have been my life
Then what would it be? ,

There are several questions running in my mind,
Why people say thirteen is unlucky? ,
The other day i was looking for explainations,
What i came across was confusion,

Should i fall for the words which people say,
Should i fall for my own words,
Questions which i always have,
But there are no answers to these questions,

Amazing world it is,
So many people around,
Several people born on 13,
But, who thinks they are unlucky?
Wonders you will see,
'Good things happening on 13',
But, what you will believe
'Bad things on 13',

So am I suppose to think that i am unlucky,
Because i am born on 13,
I still imagine what unlucky 13 is?
I imagine today,
I will imagine thereafter.

Submitted: Monday, February 13, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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