Every Man His Own
Pity thee with not the will to understand.

For right and wrong is opinion,
and Man is the product of his mind's creation.

An entity unto himself, to be his own,
and follow in the footsteps of whom he chooses.
It was not the most well-thought-out poem I'd ever written.
What I mean is, for a poem trying to make a serious statement, it was hastely written.

When I said right and wrong are opinions, I was talking about things like going to college and choosing careers and clothes and crap like that.