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Fate Kismet and Karma

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Fate Kismet and Karma

There is no accidental meeting… Between kindred souls For your fate is made, as surely is time fleeting And no more stranger than quasars and black holes It’s all preordained in some grand cosmic way Beyond mortal bounds or human control The people you meet, what you do or say Is not managed by you…e’en in part or in whole Though you might think differently in the course of the day That you’re making the rules…writing your own roles The Gods laugh their asses off and to each other say: “What impudence: to think that they set their own goals!” For it’s Fate, Kismet, and Karma, that in the end sets the way For those “accidental meetings, between kindred souls”

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