I believe in luck.
You can increase the odds of success
as much as you can
but there is still a possibility
that failure will happen.
When that long shot failure happens,
I call it bad luck.
Recently, I’ve had a string of bad luck.
I’ve seen failure after failure on tasks,
even on simple menial ones.
The odds for each failure is low
yet it has been occurring.
This streak of failures can’t extend forever.
The odds are against it.
So I know it will correct
and I’ll see some success.
I’ll be even Steven in the luck department.
(Actually, based on the odds,
results should be skewed toward success)
That’s why I don’t get overly upset
when bad luck happens.
Bad luck is expected,
but good luck is even more expected.
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