Writing Wrongs Right

I'm right, you're wrong.

And I have every right to write that I'm right, because I'm not wrong

I'm right.

And you have no right to write that you're right, because you're not right

You're wrong.

But what if I'm wrong?

That would mean...

That you have every right to write that you're right, because you're not wrong

You're right.

And I have no right to write that I'm right, because I'm not right

I'm wrong.

We're wrong.

Wrong to think we have a right to say we're right when we could be wrong.

We could be wrong, right?

Right, we could be wrong.

 

It would be wrong to title this poem "Right," but I have no right to title it "Wrong."

This poem is about: 
My family
My community
My country
Our world

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