The Unforgiven

by Victor   Feb 12, 2018

I wonder what I did in my previous life
Maybe I was really successful
Maybe I was just living averagely
Or maybe I was a criminal
When thinking about karma
I don't see why I could've been successful
Or even just average
I was probably a serial killer
But the worst thing is, I'll never know
I'll never know for sure what I was
All I can do is guess
But this is the best guess I have
Because people treat me poorly
They always have, and I never understood why
Maybe my actions were so horrible
That even strangers can't forgive me


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  • 1 year ago

    by Avarna

    Amazing, as usual.

  • 1 year ago

    by Milly Hayward

    A sad, reflective piece (I'm assuming is a creative piece and not based on yourself). I think part of the belief in reincarnation is that each life is meant to challenge and teach us something new that we didn't learn in a previous life. Unfortunately there are no manuals and those lessons can take a life time to unravel. Best wishes Milly x

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