An Interesting Theory Poem by Alexander Julian

An Interesting Theory



"Unlimited rights" are impossible.
Let me explain.

We have the right for silence.
We have the right for noise.
Can people have "silence" and "noise" at the same time?
No, of course not.
However, for unlimited rights, both silence and noise would always exist.
But each one of us has a preference for specific volume control.
You may have to be quiet.
You may have to make a sound.
Or, you may have to keep volume control for patterns of sound and mute.
People often tell each other what to do and have breaks in orders.

So, unlimited rights don't exist.
Right can change right or even create a variety of rights for an occasion.
Americans may just be attracted to the idea of "unlimited" and that's all.

Wednesday, December 23, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: noise,right,human,humanity,real life,sound,mute,style,living,political humor,humor,silence,being right
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