No Right

Poem By David Wilson

You have no right,
to hold me down,
No right, to stop my fight,
you have No right, to end my night,
to lessen my joy,
to change the range
if my insanity to correct my vanity,
no right to take my light,
or to shine a new one,
no right to steal my fun,
or to black my sun,
so you have no right to choose my path,
you'll be lucky if i let you pass
into my past to show you the last
who came before
through the door of my mind,
you have no right, none,
i hold my gun,
in the shape of a pen,
because i SEEM weak,
i will be your END

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