Living with Dyslexia

I write with my left hand,
but I’m usually always right.

I once wrote backwards,
but I’ve always moved forward.

I can’t always comprehend well,
but I can compose a great letter or essay.

I sometimes have trouble pronouncing words,
but I can sound an alarm with my voice.

I may be the last to complete a test,
but I’m usually the first to apply what I’ve learned.

I tend to forget a lot of things,
but I remember the joy life brings.

I once could not tell time,
but I knew I could not get it back.

I sometimes don’t get the joke,
but I laugh any way, so I don’t become the joke.

I sometimes have to read a paragraph twice,
but I can read you right the first time.

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