Mother Karma
Mother Karma  poem stories

missrebeccaann I earned a Ph.D. in misplacing car keys
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“Will the wind ever remember names it has blown in the past? And with its crutch, its old age and its wisdom
It whispers “no, this will be the last.” And the wind cries Mary” -Jimi Hendrix

“Instant karma’s gonna get you.” - John Lennon

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Mother Karma

Karma doesn’t forget. She always comes to collect. She has a lengthy list, No one goes unchecked. Days, years, months may pass; time means nothing. She glides in undetected, you never see her coming.

Sweet Mother Karma may my vengeance be yours, there is a price for my sorrow and hurt. “Be patient” she said “ and do not be sour” “I have felt your agony, but I chose the hour”

“Hold your head High and please do not dwell on the past” “Leave the justice to me, no questions asked” Karma delivers her price depending on how the pain is received. So always remember to practice self control and dignity.

Keep moving forward with grace and class. Because Karma is watching to see how you react. To the people you hurt or have lied to before, I would make amends to settle the score. Mother Karma is coming, she knows what you did. A thief in the night, she does not forgive.

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