Inspired by (and very close to) pacoverflow's answer, but hopefully different enough:
A flagged question
What's happening is very strange,
I belong to another StackExchange!
Questions can be flagged to be migrated to the appropriate section.
I'm indeed off-topic here in Puzzling,
Off topic questions can be flagged for deletion. Also, many questions that would be considered "flaggable" (I take artistic license) on other sites would be fine here (answer known, not informative, etc.)
It isn't always clear what I'm saying.
Questions that are too broad are often flagged.
Even though I'm often too broad,
Same as before.
Review it, something is flawed.
Flagged questions are reviewed to address some problem.
I'm just suggesting an edit,
A low quality job, ain't it?
Many flags are due to a need for an edit, possibly for low quality questions.
For new users I'm a big trouble
New users don't want to be flagged and kicked. Also, they can scare new users away.
A duplicate isn't always a double.
Sometimes flagged if it might be a duplicate, or to see if it is.
Your current work you shall reopen
Closed questions can be flagged for review and potential reopening.
Flag here, flag there, it's all broken!
Flags all around! You can only flag so many items in a time period.
Oh, don't forget to add a comment,
late it's not, takes just a moment!
Users appreciate a comment as to why their questions are flagged, or you need to add a comment when you flag for what should be looked at.