POEM: Box Set

This poem ponders the boxes that we put one another in, weather or , and how and our own interests get in the weigh of our shared . May we think outside our boxes and always put first in our .

Box Set

Conservatives are more likely to put you in a box
Liberals have more boxes to put you in
Respecting such a subject
Either weigh
It has
Something too due with their own,
Though generally re-guarded
As a fare reckoning
Just encase
It turns out
Such contents
Might be
Misfits of sum sort
Theirs ways the
Of unearth
As it
Is in
Weather the so sophisticated
Ore the unrefined
Both undermined by well, bread
So ponder us
What makes us
Crate
And what will it
Take
To think out
A side
The box

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