Two wrongs don't make a right. Two rights don't make a left. I choose to be wrong; There is no other way to be right. I learn from what I have left, and what I've left behind. If I am always right, how can I know I am for sure?
Two wrongs don't make a right.
Two rights don't make a left.

I choose to be wrong;
There is no other way to be right.

I learn from what I have left, and what I've left behind.

If I am always right, how can I know I am for sure? perception stories
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resurgophoenix Never scream again.
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This poem can be read with the stanzas reversed. It's about the fragility of perception and the difficulties that come with reflective cognition.

Two wrongs don't make a right. Two rights don't make a left. I choose to be wrong; There is no other way to be right. I learn from what I have left, and what I've left behind. If I am always right, how can I know I am for sure?

Three wrongs make no mistake. Three rights make a left. I don't choose what is right. That would make me wrong. I regret what I've left behind, and worship what I have left. If I am always wrong, what's the point of being right?

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