RECKONING

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Ergin Seza

Abstract

Some name it “prognostication,”
Others call it “will” with self-deception.
But fools’ pure minds
Are veiled by cunning “wise.”
If one desires to be fool,
It is one’s self to act cruel.
The souls of the fool minds,
Shall burn as the life’s wheel winds!
If one desires to be “wise,”
It is the Author to antagonize.
Their fate will be cut short,
As they cannot search for a last resort.
One cannot tell when the reckoning come,
How one shall pay in the final sum.

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Poems