Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Humility – Aman Chougle, Maharashtra

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humilityPeople get under my skin

no matter who they are.

You meet someone too often,

and eventually they become

distasteful.

 

At first I thought maybe because

they were not like me, and so

I replaced them, and replaced

again and again.

 

Eventually though I realised

that nobody’s going to make

happy the way I want to be.

And so I turned my tide

the other way around, and

swept up all the losers I could find,

and hoped and prayed that

they didn’t kick me out of their lives.

IR
Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.

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