Her Whole Life On Page Three

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “The Early Years.” Write page three of your autobiography.
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She just wasn’t
quite right.

She didn’t know
why
or what it was
exactly.

She didn’t know
where
she went 
wrong
or
even if she did

go wrong.

She just knew
she
wasn’t

   quite right.

And if
you’re 
not quite right
you must
be
quite wrong.

Right?

Wrong!

Wrong?

Right!
__

~

 

The Early Years

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7 thoughts on “Her Whole Life On Page Three

      1. I guess I misinterpreted the rights and the wrongs…I simply meant I hope she realized at last that being different is just fine! Sounds like that was the intention and I was wrong, not right!!

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        1. Ah! That explains it. I was wrong! 🙂 I thought you were referring to “The Flip Side of Jealousy” story, which is actually true.The format of the response page can get a bit confusing for me, mainly because I use a zoom-in to accommodate my rapidly aging eye sight! Unfortunately, it also narrows the context in which I’m reading! I shall aim for hyper-vigilance in this regard!

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