Wrong’s the new Right

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Surely, you know I don’t jest

The seesaw of life is our test

Class is over there’s no win-win

Let’s ponder the resolve once again

Ideation on the brink of decay

The misdeeds of others in our way

Ain’t no way a wrong makes a right

But maybe in theory just for spite

The rides of life may not go left

We’ve gone beyond – we’re bereft

The twaddle in life tests our zest

But strive as we will, to do our best

Only the spineless act in haste

Our witless souls lost in space

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 “If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.”― Ken Robinson

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-Eugenia

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7 Comments

  1. Each line carried me to a different memory lane. Brilliant piece!

  2. LOVE the title of this poem – a one-liner upon which I could meditate for hours. “Only the spineless act in haste” – hmmmmm, good description of many of the actions of America’s current president – especially lately. ::sigh::
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
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  3. The title is brilliant but unfortunately too true and too sad.

    • Yes, unfortunately there is a lot of truth in the poem. Thank you for commenting on the title because I sometimes have difficulty in choosing an appropriate title.

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