Keith Young

Rookie (July,10,1984 / Thousand Palms but live in San Diego now)

“Right Place - Right Time” “Wrong Place – Wrong Time”


“Right Place - Right Time” “Wrong Place – Wrong Time”
We all end up there
We believe it’s the right place
We believe it’s the right time
Why do we want it to be the right place?
Why is it always the wrong place?
Why is it always the wrong time?
“Right Place - Right Time” “Wrong Place – Wrong Time”
We are happy when we are in the right place at the right time
Yet when we are in the wrong place at the wrong time
We are lost
We feel like noting
We are sad
We cry
Our feelings getting hurt
Why can’t we be in the right place all the time?
Why can we be in the right time?
“Right Place - Right Time” “Wrong Place – Wrong Time”

Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2009

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Show Me The Glint Of Light On Broken Glass (12/4/2009 4:32:00 AM)

    ha ha... 'coo-coo.' I don't think you're coo-coo, and I liked the poem. It's so true. I think everyone likes to complain when things don't turn out to be so peachy. So I'll assume your pointing this out to make us reconsider how to look at things when it seems like our luck is pure bad. And if this is not your intention, then maybe i'm the one who is 'coo-coo! ' ha ha. (Report) Reply

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