Faith In Luck - Poem by Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
Is luck different from chance and fortune?
Is luck a demand-able commodity?
It, like a chance, comes unasked and un-timed.
It, like fortune, selects one with blind eyes.
Luck rules in gambles and in lotteries.
To be born with a silver spoon is luck.
To beget one who’s got the crown is luck.
To get more than the efforts put is luck.
Luck favours who dares, though not all the time.
Luck is there but not under your control.
Resilience when put in adversities
Is a positive way of countering luck.
To get what you deserve is to be luck
In that it has prevented any lapses.
An amount of luck, good or bad, is there
In what happen to us, unexpected.
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