Ram Josyula

Headwind Of Resistance Or Tailwind Of Support - Courtesy Your Moral Disposition - Poem by Ram Josyula

He is not an example of being good,
He lies and mocks; and he is amoral,
Oh! But did I say he is tremendously smart,
He keeps getting what he wants and what’s more – he always gets away with it too.

The other one is a clumsy fellow,
He hurts himself if he hurts another,
He desires to do the right thing but rarely does anything,
For he never gets a good grip on himself and keeps slipping into a quagmire of inaction.

In this world - is conscience a prerequisite for thriving, performing and embracing success,
Will providence deny the fruits of a conquest when adjudicating for the morally corrupt?
And not just accelerate the arrival of a win but also provide liberal allowances for the virtuous?
Does god concern himself with fates and actions of human beings – good as well as the bad ones...

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 27, 2010

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