Poetry should make you feel uncomfortable. Push you to your limits, hold mirror to your soul. Question your beliefs. It should make you think. And Helly Shah’s poem, “What Society Says to Men,” does exactly that for me. “I always felt like men were born with sense of entitlement to this world,” Helly Shah states early in her poem. It’s both correct and grossly misinformed. Yes, men have it easier than women. But both men and women have to live up to some insane standards in society. The only exception is, the majority of men’s standards are self-inflicted. Men are more than likely to get a raise or a promotion in the workplace than a woman who has proven to be better skilled. But…