Treasure Island

Francis Duggan


What Goes Around Comes Around


What goes around comes around that seems so true
For we only receive the karma we are due
And if to help out others you go out of your way
Good karma will be your's to enjoy one day.

But if you are one who likes to live by deceit
And others for your own gain you feel happy to cheat
And whether you do or you do not on karma believe
It will not be good karma that you will receive.

What goes around comes around the wise always say
You will receive the karma for which you did pay
On good or bad karma you do have a choice
Since karma like most things on it has a price.

What goes around comes around I say that again
If you do wrong to others bad karma's your gain
The students of karma will have you to know
That in karma we only receive what we sow.

Submitted: Sunday, May 18, 2008

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