Boxed In - Poem by Giovanna Marasco
Predetermined wrongs and rights
Govern each and every life.
Another law is introduced,
Your sense of self is now reduced.
Do we need so many rules-
Just to keep our kids in school?
If they weren't there
Would we be the same?
Living our lives inside this frame?
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