Bad Karma - Poem by Aram Stefanian
Bad karma is frustrating your plans:
You got fired and now hunting for a job.
Even in love you ain't got a ghost of a chance.
While home alone, you start to sob.
How does it feel to be deserted and unwanted?
Never considered adopting a cat or a dog?
What if they won't be blindly devoted?
Your future is covered by a dense fog.
You know that true love is out of time and place;
Unlike us, humans, it's infinite and deathless.
If you suffered a lot from a slap in the face,
It doesn't mean you should be hard and merciless.
No one is a God to judge if you're guilty.
A fair avenger will pass all thru a sieve.
Get rid of those thoughts that are vile and filthy.
If you are ready to forgive, then up and leave!
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