my journey with luck



My zodiac sign matches with many millionaires,
But I don't possess the same amount of wealth.
My date of birth is same as many athletes and players,
But I don't have similar health.

 I rearranged my house according to fengshui on advice of my neighbour.
 I wore many gemstones but it also proved to be fruitless labour.

 I had fasts as my astrologer said it will end all my financial troubles.
 But in addition I got health problems so my trouble became double.

 I have always been very cautious about good or bad omens.
 I worship many imaginary gods to be safe from many imaginary demons.

 I also talked to talking parrots and glanced through magic crystals.
 I went to forged pundits on footpath to reach higher pedestals.

 I also searched the key to happiness through a set of tarot cards.
 I performed various rituals to satisfy my ancestors sleeping in graveyard.

 I visited many palmists to know what is wrong with lines of my palm.
 I changed the spellings of my name to save myself from any kind of harm.

 But one day I got fed up and decided to just concentrate on my work.
 From that day till today I have never been lazy and never ever shirked.

 I changed my habits and changed my way of living.
 I started loving my life and started respecting small things.

 Now I don't think that anything in my life is tragic.
 Now there is no uncertainty as I have become strategic.

 Now my life is no longer uncertain or tricky.
 As I am no longer lucky or unlucky.
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Submitted on August 21, 2014

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Scheme XAXA BB CX DD CC XX XX XX XX EE FF
Closest metre Iambic octameter
Characters 1,443
Words 268
Stanzas 11
Stanza Lengths 4, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2

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