Of the many men she liked
She liked me the most
Not to say she liked me lots
Just a bit more than those
She looked to the east
When the sun set west
And said, I love you some
But could not love you any less
Of an evening, I’d go for a kiss
She’d turn and offer her cheek
But hug me so tight and warm
I thought maybe I could speak
Of love, but stood in hush’d confusion
As I was only the rightest wrong one
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6 thoughts on “The Rightest Wrong One”
Poignant, liked it a lot.