Francis Duggan

Though Many May Not Agree - Poem by Francis Duggan

Though many may not agree with what I do say
For my sins against others to Karma I will pay
By some means or form or in some sort of way
I will pay in the future for my sins of today
The Universal Karma I do believe is for everyone
It will punish us for any wrongs to others we have done
And reward us in kind for our every good deed
Those who receive Karma's good fruits are those who plant the good seed
What goes around comes around I believe to be true
And our good or bad Karma it is only our due
Most of us look at life one might say differently
And what is true to you may not be so to me
But on the Universal Karma I am one who believe
And the Karma from life I do warrant is what I'll receive.

Topic(s) of this poem: life

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 21, 2016

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