Karma #Poetry

She was the one who made me belive in happiness.

She was the one who was there two years ago, With me. 

And now, 

I think she dosent need me anymore. 

Well, yes. 

She comes back when shes crying, 

And Im the one who conforts her, 

But after this, 

She just runs away. 

But, what about me?

What if IM sad?

What if IM crying. 

Nothing. 

I call this a game. 

Shes playing with me. 

And I let her. 

Cause I know Karma will take care of her.

Hanna says it: Sometimes you poke the bear. Other times, the bear pokes you.

Remember this, Karma will take care of you. Because Karma Balance’s Itself.

 

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24 Comments Add yours

  1. Ananya says:

    I can only hope this ‘karma’ actually works. Good work!

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    1. VishalDutia says:

      Karma Always Work

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  2. It looks like karma works for those who believe it will work.

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    1. Cai says:

      Thats how i feel about it. Like magic or witchcraft. In fact i have a strong hunch rich people invented karma to keep poor people from rebelling (like religion) but thats another story

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      1. As you say, that’s another story. It’s a complex world in which we live.

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        1. Cai says:

          Indeed

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  3. I appreciate this truth. May Karma always carry out her great work justly. May she weigh our hearts on her scales.

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    1. VishalDutia says:

      Karma Is Our Life, Life Is Karma. So Never Worry.

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  4. OwnShadow says:

    This is a good poem but it is difficult to read because the text is too faint. My advice is to darken it!

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  5. ashish132 says:

    text is flat on overall it is a good placid presentation, it is simple & catchy .!

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  6. ravisidula says:

    Well you are the sun in whose rays she likes to shine when darkness surrounds. One should be proud that they have that positive factor in them

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  7. johnlmalone says:

    lovely; I’m a great believer in Karma 🙂

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    1. VishalDutia says:

      anyone belives or not karma is present everywhere

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  8. psiberite says:

    Beautiful poem, flows like a lyric. Anand Bose from Kerala

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    1. VishalDutia says:

      Thank you.. You are anand bose from kerala??

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  9. Everything in this world is black and white. Grey is just a color waiting for Karma.

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    1. VishalDutia says:

      Very well said

      Like

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  11. Celine Jewel says:

    Hi! Thanks for being my first follower! And your blog is great!

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    1. VishalDutia says:

      Welcome to wordpress n keep on writing

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  12. Very relatable post. Though, karma works when you choose to walk away, now that you have identified the game. People who do not live running by their True Self are predictable…..karma is life and life is fair, the players however……an acquired seasoning. Another, great write. Full of truth, thanks

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    1. VishalDutia says:

      Glad you liked.. thank you

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  13. tigre23 says:

    I believe in karma too, thanks for sharing and the ‘follow’ on my blog’. Look forward to seeing more of yours. Apologies for my tardiness, am still catching up on my reading! Peace and blessings! 🙂

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    1. VishalDutia says:

      Yaa will go through your blog soon

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