Right, Wrong

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This is just a poem that I wrote from boredom in class one day. Very philosophical according to my teacher.

-Placed first in Holt Memorial Library's Poetry Contest in the Ninth Grade Division.

Submitted: January 15, 2010

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Right, Wrong

Who is right

and who is wrong?

Who comes at night,

and who sings the mourning song?

Who has might

and who has power?
What is right,

and at which hour?

The world has changed.

Black is white,

day is night.

What’s lost is gained.

The keys of pianos

are no longer white,

making them black.

It’s a beautiful sight.

Am I the one

in the wrong?

Using puns,

singing songs?

Should I try

and win the fight?

Fight and die

and lose my might?

Who is right

and who is wrong?

Who comes at night,

and why am I singing this song?


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